REVISED STATUTES, 1989
1 This Act may be cited as the Tax Collection Agreement (1961) Act. R.S., c. 458, s. 1.
2 (1) The Minister of Finance, representing Her Majesty in right of the Province, is hereby authorized to make, enter into, and carry out an agreement with Her Majesty in right of Canada, under which, and upon such terms as may be agreed upon, the Minister of National Revenue for Canada and the Deputy Minister of National Revenue for Taxation of Canada may exercise in the place and stead of or as agent for the Minister of Finance such of the powers and duties conferred or imposed upon the Minister of Finance under the Income Tax Act as may be specified in the agreement, and thereupon the said Minister and the said Deputy Minister are authorized and empowered to carry out and exercise such duties and powers.
Effect of agreement
(2) Where any such agreement is entered into, then, subject to the provisions of the agreement,
(a) all returns, information, additional information, letters, accounts, invoices, statements, financial or otherwise, books or other documents, or evidence, required to be delivered, produced or furnished to the Minister of Finance under the said Act or any regulations thereunder, shall be delivered, produced, or furnished to the said Deputy Minister;
(b) the Minister of Finance may pay any expenses that may be incurred in carrying out the terms of the said agreement. R.S., c. 458, s. 2.
Continued suspension of certain enactments
3 Each Act, or any provision, Section, subsection or clause of an Act enumerated in Appendix "A" to the Agreement appended as a Schedule to Chapter 7 of the Acts of 1957, declared by Section 5 of the said Act to be inoperative, shall continue to be inoperative until such time as the Governor in Council by proclamation declares that the said Act, or any provision, Section, subsection or clause thereof, is operative, and thereupon the said Act or any provision, Section, subsection or clause thereof, so declared to be operative, shall be in full force and effect. R.S., c. 458, s. 3.