Bills Digest No. 145   1997-98 NRS Levy Imposition Bill 1997

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Main Provisions

Date Introduced: 3 December 1997

House: House of Representatives

Portfolio: Communications, the Information Economy and the Arts

Commencement: Royal Assent


To impose the National Relay Service (NRS) levy.


Readers are referred to the background to the Digest of the Telecommunications Amendment Bill (No.2) 1997.

Main Provisions

The Bill imposes a levy in the amount of the NRS contribution amount (as described in the Digest of the Telecommunications Amendment Bill (No.2) 1997).

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