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Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing



Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing

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Territory Housing (d) Payments to the N T Gover The responsibility fo r this iten from I July 2000. (e) Equity In 1999-2000 the business Northern Territory Treasury. 3.2 Receipts by Account (a) Sale of Assets The sale o f homes to tenants ) (b) Advances The discharge o f home ov iss Services I to Northern Territory Treasury f.for equity payment o f $60 million to public by auction was lowerin 2000-2001. was lower in 2000-2001. (a) The transfer o f housing unde to a loan asset is not recognh receipts schedule. (b) The difference o f $94,000 ; processed through the Accot. settlement account AOTA transactions do not 1 Operating Account and are the Expenditure and Receipts! eShare loan scheme from a property asset sh transaction in the expenditure and o f balance is attributable to transactions cer's Trust Account (AOTA) and ' - 'V:' Fthe Government Business Division's :luded from the figures reported in The purpose o f this account is ' to be disbursed in accordance Funds in the trust account compris Tenant Bonds Territory Housing holds tenant I arrangements o f public housing stc Contractors Bond Money Territory Housing withholds a cer construction o f housing stock dur Vendor Deposits Deposits received by prospective | Unclaimed Money The AOTA holds unclaimed morte ; in trust until such time as the funds are-: ad. in trust as part o f its leasing SI r funds payable to contractors for completed ted warranty period with the contractor f public housing stock are held in the A O fX a period o f 6 years. ' The write-offs were approved ur and related to bad debts. |35(l)(a ) o f the Financial Management Ajgt