2013 Arizona Revised Statutes
Title 42 - Taxation
§ 42-2066 Statute of limitations on tax debts
42-2066. Statute of limitations on tax debts
A taxpayer's obligations for any tax, interest or penalty required to be collected by the department for any tax period are extinguished, if not previously satisfied, ten years after the amount of tax determined to be due becomes final unless one of the following circumstances applies:
1. The department has commenced a suit to collect the debt pursuant to section 42-1114.
2. The taxpayer has agreed in writing to extend this time period before the time period expires.
3. Enforced collection has been stayed by the operation of federal or state law during the period. The period of limitations prescribed by this section is extended by the period of time that the department was stayed from engaging in enforced collections.
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