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Excise Tax Act:

The Excise Tax Act requires all CORPORATIONS to collect and remit Goods & Services Tax (GST/HST) on all "taxable transactions". All transactions between corporations are taxable as they were created under Statute Law. Therefore transactions between Incorporated Companies and artificial-persons are taxable.

Transactions between natural-persons and CORPORATIONS are non-taxable transactions unless the natural-person decides to make it a taxable transaction by contracting with the CORPORATIONS. This is typically done verbally or by paying the tax and/or accepting the receipt as proof of the taxable transaction. See Right to Contract for more information.

Contrary to what the Government may tell you, a MERCHANT (corporation) has no requirement to collect GST/HST on non-taxable transactions with the natural-person public at large. It is only the public's ignorance and failure to recognize their natural-person Common-Law rights that makes them believe that they have to pay GST/HST and it is the ignorance of the MERCHANT's employees that make them believe that they must collect and remit GSH/HST from non-taxable transactions with natural-persons.

Ideally the transaction should be done with cash because that is the only money that belongs to the natural-person. Most credit cards have SIN numbers attached to them and all credit cards belong to the CORPORATIONS (like JOHN DOE).

If a natural-person negotiates a contract with a MERCHANT as a non-taxable transaction under Common-Law, and the natural-person does not have enough cash to complete the transaction, then the corporation JOHN DOE can make a loan to the natural-person John Doe with an on-the-spot-contract agreement (between JOHN DOE and John Doe) wherein John Doe agrees to repay the borrowed money to JOHN DOE's credit card. The original non-taxable contract (GST/HST free) is still in effect between the natural-person John Doe and the MERCHANT (store) but an additional (side) contract has been made between John Doe and JOHN DOE to borrow money for the payment of the transaction.

"Whereas it is essential, if man is not to be compelled to have recourse, as a last resort, to rebellion against tyranny and oppression, that human rights should be protected by the rule of law,"
(Preamble - Universal Declaration of Human Rights)