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25-03-17. Notice For 2016 Tax Returns and Statements Income Tax (Jersey) Law, 1961 ARTICLE 16 General Notice Every person chargeable under the Income Tax (Jersey) Law 1961 who has not already submitted an Income Tax Return or a Company Tax Return for the year of assessment 2016 is hereby required to prepare and deliver to me a true, complete and correct statement in writing, signed by that person, containing particulars of the amount of the profits or gains arising to that person from each and every source chargeable according to the respective Schedules, calculated for the year of assessment 2016 and according to the provisions of the Income Tax (Jersey) Law 1961. In the case of an individual the statement should be delivered to me no later than 6.00 pm on Friday 26th May 2017 unless it is being delivered by a professional tax agent in which case the time limit is extended to 6.00 pm on Friday 28th July 2017. In the case of a company the statement should be delivered to me no later than midnight 31st December 2017. ARTICLE 17 Persons acting for others Every person acting in any character on behalf of any incapacitated person or persons absent from or not resident in the Island who, by reason of such incapacity, absence or non – residence, cannot be personally charged under the Income Tax (Jersey) Law 1961, is hereby required to deliver to me, unless that person has already done so, such a statement as is described in Article 16 of the Income Tax (Jersey) Law 1961 of the profits or gains for the year of assessment 2016 in respect of which the tax is to be charged on that person on account of any other person together with the prescribed declaration. Where two or more persons are liable to be charged for the same person, one statement only is required to be delivered, which may be made by them jointly or by any one or more of them. The statement should be delivered to me no later than 6.00 pm on Friday 26th May 2017 unless it is being delivered by a professional tax agent in which case the time limit is extended to 6.00 pm on Friday 28th July 2017. ARTICLE 20B Returns of information by companies Every company regarded as resident in Jersey or which has a permanent establishment in Jersey that has not already submitted a Company Tax Return for the year of assessment 2016 is hereby required to prepare and deliver to me a true, complete and correct statement returned by the secretary of the company or other person acting as secretary, containing all of the specified information set out in the provisions of Article 20B of the Income Tax (Jersey) Law 1961. The return should be delivered to me no later than midnight 31st December 2017. ARTICLE 21(3) Requirement to file company returns in electronic form online Every company regarded as resident in Jersey or which has a permanent establishment in Jersey that has not already submitted a Company Tax Return for the year of assessment 2016 is required to submit the return online via the Gov.je website (by following the links to Taxes and your money > Company Tax Information > submitting a company tax return online). ARTICLE 17A Penalty for late delivery of a statement or return Where an individual is required to deliver to me a true, complete and correct statement for the year of assessment 2016 described in Article 16 of the Income Tax (Jersey) Law 1961 and does not do so by 6.00 pm on Friday 26th May 2017, the individual shall be liable to pay a penalty of £250. In the case of a true, complete and correct statement for the year of assessment 2016 described in Article 16 of the Income Tax (Jersey) Law 1961 delivered on behalf of the individual by a professional tax agent, the time limit is extended to 6.00 pm on Friday 28th July 2017. Where a company is required to deliver to me a true, complete and correct statement or return for the year of assessment 2016 described in Article 16 or Article 20B of the Income Tax (Jersey) Law 1961 and does not do so by midnight 31st December 2017, the company shall be liable to pay a penalty of £250. ARTICLE 136 Penalties for failure to make a statement or return Subject to the provisions of this Article, if any person who has been required by a notice or precept given, issued or served under the Income Tax (Jersey) Law 1961 to deliver or furnish any statement, list, return, schedule or certificate, fails to comply with the notice or precept, that person shall be liable to a fine and, if the failure continues after it has been declared by the Court before which proceedings for the recovery of the fine have been commenced, to a further fine not exceeding £1,000 for each day on which the failure so continues. Forms of return will be supplied on application to me at the under – mentioned address. Comptroller of Taxes Cyril Le Marquand House P.O. Box 56, St
24-03-17. Royal Court of Jersey Viscount’s Department SALE BY AUTHORITY OF THE VISCOUNT WEDNESDAY 29th MARCH 2017 There will be sold by Public Auction an Audi A4 2.4 Sports Convertible (Automatic) belonging to Victoria Louise Fisher. The sale will be conducted by Simon Drieu & Co Limited, Auctioneers, at Glencoe, La Grande Route de St Laurent, St Lawrence, and will be held on Wednesday 29th March 2017. Commencing at 11.00 a.m
24-03-17. PARISH NOTICE Paroisse de St Helier Parish Assembly An Assembly of the Principals and Electors of the Parish of St. Helier will be held at the Town Hall on Wednesday 29 March 2017 at 7.00pm. Parishioners are asked to take into consideration and, if deemed advisable: 1. to approve the recommendation of the Constable, Procureurs du Bien Public and the Roads Committee of the Parish of St Helier that the States be asked to negotiate with the Parish to agree a fair price for the lifting of the ‘Bellozanne Covenant’ P.05/2017* 2. to approve a recommendation of the Connétable and Procureurs du Bien Public to authorise; a) The Parish as sole shareholder of Patrick Freeley House Limited, the owner of Maison De Ville, to sell the entire share capital for the sum of £1,875,000. The purchaser is to pay the sum of £55,000 for the refurbishment of the road to the south of Maison de Ville. Each party to pay their reasonable legal fees involved in the transaction, b) To name the road to the south of Maison de Ville ‘Freeley Lane’ P.04/2017* The Assembly to authorise the Connétable and at least one Procureur du Bien Public to pass the necessary instruction in relation thereto
24-03-17. PUBLIC NOTICE P/2016/1912 Petit Clos Luce – St Peter The above planning decisions have had an appeal lodged with the Judicial Greffe. Any member of the public wishing to make representation must do so within 21 days from the date of this notice. YOU CAN SUBMIT COMMENTS ON THESE APPEALS Comments previously submitted in connection with the proposal will be taken into account in consideration of the appeal. Further comments must be submitted in writing within 21 days of the date of display of this notice. Comments must contain your name and details of how you can be contacted. Comments received may be published. Anyone submitting comments is consenting to their publication