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Taxes Consolidation Act, 1997 (Number 39 of 1997)

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530U Civil penalties.

(1) In proceedings for the recovery of a penalty under section 530F or the recovery of a penalty under section 1052, 1054 [2]>or 1077E<[2][2]>, as appropriate, section 1077E or 1077F<[2] in relation to matters arising under this Chapter—

(a) a certificate signed by a Revenue officer which certifies that he or she has inspected the relevant records of the Revenue Commissioners and that it appears from them that a deduction authorisation, deduction summary or other notice, statement or described document, was duly given to a stated person by stated means, including electronic means, on a stated day shall be evidence until the contrary is proved that that person received that deduction authorisation, deduction summary or other notice, statement or described document in the ordinary course,

(b) a certificate signed by a Revenue officer which certifies that he or she has inspected the relevant records of the Revenue Commissioners and that it appears from them that on a stated day or within a stated period, a stated person was a registered principal (within the meaning of section 530) shall be evidence until the contrary is proved that on a stated day or within a stated period, a stated person was a registered principal (within the meaning of section 530), and

(c) a certificate certifying as provided for in paragraph (a) or (b)of this subsection and purporting to be signed by a Revenue officer may be tendered in evidence without proof and shall be deemed until the contrary is proved to have been signed by such officer.

(2) Chapter 3A of Part 47 applies, with any necessary modifications, to a penalty arising under section 530F.

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Inserted by FA11 s20(1)(k). With effect from 1 January 2012 as per S.I. No. 660 of 2011.

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Substituted by FA21 sched1(g).