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Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme (CPRS Fuel Credits) Bill 2009

Part 1-2 Using this Act

Division 2 Overview and purpose

Table of Subdivisions

2-A       Overview and purpose

Subdivision 2-A Overview and purpose

Table of Sections

2-1            Overview and purpose

2-1   Overview and purpose

                   This Act provides for CPRS fuel credits to offset the impact of the carbon pollution reduction scheme.

                   Administration of CPRS fuel credits is dealt with under the Fuel Tax Act 2006 .



 

Division 3 Explanation of the use of defined terms

Table of Subdivisions

3-A       Explanation of the use of defined terms

Subdivision 3-A Explanation of the use of defined terms

Table of Sections

3-1            When defined terms are identified

3-5            When terms are not identified

3-10          Identifying the defined term in a definition

3-1   When defined terms are identified

             (1)  Many of the terms used in this Act are defined.

             (2)  Most defined terms in this Act are identified by an asterisk appearing at the start of the term: as in “ * enterprise”. The footnote that goes with the asterisk contains a signpost to the Dictionary definitions at section 13-1.

3-5   When terms are not identified

             (1)  Once a defined term has been identified by an asterisk, later occurrences of the term in the same subsection are not usually asterisked.

             (2)  Terms are not asterisked in the non-operative material contained in this Act.

Note:          The non-operative material is described in Division   4.

             (3)  The following basic terms used throughout the Act are not identified with an asterisk.

 

Common definitions that are not asterisked

Item

This term:

1

Australia

2

Commissioner

3

CPRS fuel credit

4

entity

5

fuel

6

you

3-10   Identifying the defined term in a definition

                   Within a definition, the defined term is identified by bold italics .



 

Division 4 Status of Guides and other non-operative material

Table of Subdivisions

4-A       Status of Guides and other non-operative material

Subdivision 4-A Status of Guides and other non-operative material

Table of Sections

4-1            Non-operative material

4-5            Guides

4-10          Other material

4-1   Non-operative material

                   In addition to the operative provisions themselves, this Act contains other material to help you identify accurately and quickly the provisions that are relevant to you and to help you understand them.

                   This other material falls into 2 main categories.

4-5   Guides

                   The first is the “Guides”. A * Guide consists of sections under a heading indicating that what follows is a Guide to a particular Subdivision, Division etc.

                   * Guides form part of this Act but are kept separate from the operative provisions. In interpreting an operative provision, a Guide may only be considered for limited purposes. These are set out in section 12-10.

4-10   Other material

                   The other category consists of material such as notes and examples. These also form part of the Act. Generally, they are distinguished by type size from the operative provisions, but are not kept separate from them.