2010 Arkansas Code
3-4-503. Suits to restrain collection -- Refunds.
Title 3 - Alcoholic Beverages
Chapter 4 - Alcoholic Beverages Generally -- permits
Subchapter 5 - Disposition of Fees and Taxes
§ 3-4-503 - Suits to restrain collection -- Refunds.
(a) No suit shall be maintained in any court to restrain or delay the collection or payment of any fee or tax levied by this act.
(b) The aggrieved taxpayer or permittee shall pay the tax or fee as and when required and may at any time within two (2) years from the date of payment sue the state through its agent, the Auditor of State, in an action at law in any state or federal court otherwise having jurisdiction of the parties and subject matter for the recovery of the tax or fee paid with legal interest thereon from the date of payment.
(c) (1) If it is finally determined that the tax or fee or any part thereof was wrongfully collected, for any reason, it shall be the duty of the Auditor of State to issue his or her warrant on the Treasurer of State for the amount of the tax or fee so adjudged to have been wrongfully collected, together with legal interest thereon.
(2) The Treasurer of State shall pay the Auditor of State's warrant at once out of the General Revenue Fund Account of the state in preference to other warrants or claims against the state.
(d) A separate suit need not be filed for each individual payment made by any taxpayer, but a recovery may be had in one (1) suit for as many payments as may have been made.
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