This aid shall not be limited by Articles 1 and 2. The competent authorities of the States Parties may, by mutual agreement, regulate the application of this article. Where, under the provisions of the Convention, a person other than a natural person resides in both States Parties, the competent authorities of the States Parties shall endeavour, by mutual agreement, to designate the State Party in which he resides for the purposes of the Convention; taking into account the place of actual management, the place where it is registered or otherwise constituted, and all other relevant factors. In the absence of such a convention, that person is not entitled to an exemption or exemption from the tax provided for in the Treaty. Tax treaties are formal bilateral agreements between two legal services. Australia has tax agreements with more than 40 lawyers. The attached Agreement between the Government of the Republic of India and the Government of Australia for the avoidance of double taxation and the prevention of fiscal evasion on income entered into force on 30 December 1991 concerning the exchange of banknotes which communicate to each other that the last thing necessary to give force of law to the said Convention has been taken. in India and Australia, in accordance with Article 28(1) of that Agreement. It follows that such income may be taxable in Australia, whereas the income in question would not have been taxable in Australia under Australian law, but for the application of double taxation treaties, including the Indian Convention.
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