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Assessment notice to be given to taxpayer

26 Assessment notice to be given to taxpayer

(1) The commissioner must give notice of the making of an assessment (an
"assessment notice" ) to the taxpayer.
(2) The assessment notice must state—
(a) the amount of the tax assessed; and
(b) the date by which the tax must be paid; and
(c) the taxpayer’s right to object to the assessment; and
(d) the basis on which unpaid tax interest may accrue; and
(e) if assessed interest or penalty tax is payable under the notice—enough information to enable the taxpayer to ascertain the basis for the assessment of the interest or penalty tax; and
(f) for a compromise or default assessment—it is a compromise or default assessment; and
(g) for a reassessment—the amount of the liability for tax under the previous assessment.
(3) For subsection (2) (c) , the assessment notice must state—
(a) that the taxpayer may, within 60 days after the notice is given, object to the assessment; and
(b) how to object.
(4) The assessment notice may include information that does not form part of the assessment, including, for example, information about other amounts payable by the taxpayer.
(5) More than 1 assessment may be included in the assessment notice.

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