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BGR 17: Cancellation of registration of separate enterprises, branches and divisions

27 March 2013   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Herman van Dyk
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By SARS Legal & Policy

SARS issued Binding General Ruling (BGR) 17 on 27 March 2013.

This BGR sets out the application of section 50(3) regarding the cancellation of the registration of a separate enterprise, branch or division of the main enterprise (hereinafter collectively referred to as the branch enterprise) and whether such cancellation constitutes a deemed supply in terms of section 8(2).

The cancellation of the registration of the branch enterprise, as contemplated in section 50(2), will as a result of section 50(3) not constitute a deemed supply as contemplated in section 8(2). On cancellation of the registration of the branch enterprise, the activites of the branch enterprise will be deemed to be carried on by the main enterprise.

This BGR is effective from 1 April 2013 and is valid for an indefinite period.

Please click here to download BGR 17.


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