Applicants are accountable to provide information and documents with their applications for an exemption certificate or certifiable amount. Failing to provide accurate information or documents means you have provided false and misleading information or documentation.
Providing false and misleading information or documentation can lead to a maximum penalty of 12 months imprisonment under sections 137.1 and 137.2 of the
Criminal Code Act 1995.
It is important to regularly review your
Client Portal or
REC Registry user account and update your contact details or company details.
All users must keep their contact details current so that we can contact you if required.
Ensure information supporting your application or request is consistently provided throughout the application or request. For example, make sure your company name and Australian Business Number (ABN) are the same in every document and the application or request.
You must apply using the correct
prescribed person category.
You must provide current
supporting documents annually with your applications and requests.
Applicants must decide whether they need to attach an
audit report to their applications.
The use amount formula will be used to calculate your certifiable amount and it must:
We expect you to enter and
submit real time data or equivalent as soon as possible in the Client Portal.
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