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This instrument amends the Textile, Clothing and Footwear Post-2005 Strategic Investment Program Scheme 2005 to relax the requirements for trade marks (ownership as opposed to having registered the trade mark), include pillows as an eligible TCF product, and make a number of minor or technical changes to improve the text and structure of certain provisions in the Scheme.
Administered by: DITR
Registered 29 Mar 2007
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR08-May-2007
Tabled Senate09-May-2007
Date of repeal 09 Aug 2013
Repealed by Industry, Innovation, Climate Change, Science, Research and Tertiary Education (Spent and Redundant Instruments) Repeal Regulation 2013

Textile, Clothing and Footwear Post‑2005 Strategic Investment Program Scheme Amendment  2007 (No. 1)

Textile, Clothing and Footwear Strategic Investment Program Act 1999

I, IAN ELGIN MACFARLANE, Minister for Industry, Tourism and Resources, make this instrument under section 37ZF of the Textile, Clothing and Footwear Strategic Investment Program Act 1999.

Dated 23 March 2007

IAN MACFARLANE


  

  

1              Name of instrument

                This instrument is the Textile, Clothing and Footwear Post‑2005 Strategic Investment Program Scheme Amendment  2007 (No. 1).

2              Commencement

                This instrument commences on the day after it is registered.

3              Amendment of Textile, Clothing and Footwear Post‑2005 Strategic Investment Program Scheme 2005

                Schedule 1 amends the Textile, Clothing and Footwear Post‑2005 Strategic Investment Program Scheme 2005.


Schedule 1        Amendments

(section 3)

  

[1]           Subsection 1.7 (1)

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for eligible clothing or finished textile activities, each of the following periods is, for an entity,

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for a clothing and finished textile entity, each of the following periods is

[2]           Paragraph 2.2 (2) (e)

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an entity carrying on eligible clothing or finished textile activities

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a clothing and finished textile entity

[3]           Paragraph 2.2 (2) (f)

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                (f)    participation in trade showings and in‑store promotions mentioned in section 1.13.

[4]           Paragraph 2.3 (1) (a)

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                (a)    for which the entity:

                          (i)    has applied to register a trade mark in Australia; or

                         (ii)    is the registered owner of a trade mark in Australia; and

[5]           Subsection 2.3 (1), at the foot

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Note   The Trade Marks Act 1995 sets out the requirements for registering a trade mark, and for identifying who is the registered owner of a trade mark.

[6]           Paragraphs 2.3 (2) (c) and (d)

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                (c)    other media‑related activities.

[7]           Subsection 2.4 (3), table, item 2, column 3, subparagraph (a) (ii)

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        (ii)   received under an insurance claim made in relation to any damaged plant or equipment replaced by the acquisition; or

[8]           Subsection 2.4 (3), table, item 8, column 3, paragraph 3

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3.   Expenditure in relation to trade showings and in‑store promotions that exceeds a maximum eligible expenditure amount of $3 000 000 per program year is taken not to be eligible expenditure. Also, expenditure on travel is not eligible expenditure in relation to trade showings and in‑store promotions.

[9]           Paragraph 2.13 (2) (b)

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               (b)    associated costs (including on‑costs, administrative support costs and overhead costs) set at 110% of salary costs.

[10]         After subsection 3.12 (2)

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      (2A)   If:

                (a)    the Secretary extends the period within which an entity may apply for registration, or renewal of registration, for a program year; and

               (b)    the extended period ends after the commencement of the program year for which the entity is seeking registration or renewal of registration;

the financial statements that the entity must, under section 3.2, give to the Secretary with the application are the financial statements that would have been applicable if the entity had applied for registration within the time limits set out in section 3.7.

[11]         Subsection 5.6 (1)

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5.5 (6) (c)

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5.5 (5) (c)

[12]         Subsection 6.23 (3)

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         (3)   If an entity incurred eligible expenditure in the 2004/05 program year of the TCF (SIP) Scheme, the entity may include, as part of the threshold amount for the 2005/06 program year of the TCF Post‑2005 (SIP) Scheme, the total of Type 1 and Type 2 eligible expenditure incurred in the 2004/05 program year for the TCF (SIP) Scheme.

[13]         Subsection 6.29 (7), including the example

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         (7)   The grant must be paid as soon as practicable:

                (a)    within the period commencing on 1 June and ending at the end of 10 June in the relevant financial year in which the Secretary has made the determination; or

               (b)    at an earlier time in the relevant financial year in which the Secretary has made the determination if, and only if, the grant eligibility amount for all entities has been worked out under subsection 6.19 (6).

[14]         Subsection 6.29 (10)

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10 June 2017

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10 June 2016

[15]         Schedule 1, Part C, Subpart 4

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4              Clothing Manufacturing n.e.c.

                This category consists of manufacturing of headwear, fur or leather clothing, clothing or clothing accessories n.e.c.

·     Belts, manufacturing (for clothing)

·     Clothing accessories, manufacturing n.e.c.

·     Clothing, fur, manufacturing n.e.c.

·     Clothing, leather or leather substitute, manufacturing n.e.c.

·     Clothing manufacturing n.e.c., including clothing for protective or safety purposes

·     Gloves, manufacturing (except plastic or rubber gloves)

·     Handkerchiefs, manufacturing

·     Hats* or headwear,* manufacturing

·     Laces, manufacturing (for footwear)

·     Leather or leather substitute suit, coat or uniforms, manufacturing n.e.c.

·     Recreational clothing, manufacturing n.e.c.#

·     Swimwear, manufacturing (except rubber bathing caps)

·     Ties, manufacturing

·     Waterproof clothing, manufacturing (except headwear, footwear or leather clothing) n.e.c.

[16]         Schedule 1, Part G

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·     Parachutes, manufacturing

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·     Parachutes, manufacturing

·     Pillow manufacturing (except rubber)

[17]         Schedule 2, heading

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Schedule 2        Eligible finished textile, technical textile and leather activities

(section 1.4)