If New York City split off to rejoin the Union, as was plausible, Albany would have been a small and land-locked country that would have had to pay a New York City impost
to import and export goods.
Mangioni (2016) defines this as a critical turning point in the impost
of recurrent land taxes in Australia.
Part V discusses indirect taxes and defines the four kinds of indirect taxes mentioned in the Constitution: duties, excises, imposts
, and tonnage.
Morris in his report on public credit of 29 July 1782 assumed that the impost
was about to be approved.
First, for an impost
to satisfy the description of taxation in s 51(ii) of the Constitution it must be possible to distinguish it from an arbitrary exaction.
premise that carried over from the impost
controversy: federal duties
For nurses and midwives who work near jurisdictional boarders the impost
of having to licence in two or three jurisdictions will cease.
It's got together with ARLA, the letting agents' body, to form the 1808 Coalition and campaign for the abolition of this "anachronistic" impost
, this "relic of another another age that fails to recognise the modern British property market".
Exemption from export taxes, wharfage dues, impost
Technology that can reduce the impost
on Australian companies under the CPRS is in demand from both financial and industry partners' says Ray O'Neill, Commercialisation Manager at CSIRO.
Although he incurs a penalty for that win, useful pilot Kelly Harrison's 5lb claim offsets that impost
and he is still 1lb well-in.