2011 Hawaii Code
243. Fuel Tax Law
§243-12 Procedure upon failure to file statement; penalties.

HI Rev Stat § 243-12 (2011 through Reg Sess) What's This?

§243-12 Procedure upon failure to file statement; penalties. If any distributor or other person fails, neglects, or refuses to file any statement or report as herein provided, the director of taxation, immediately after the required time for such filing has expired, may proceed to inform oneself as best the director may regarding the matters and things required to be set forth in such statement and from such information as the director is able to obtain shall:

(1) Make a statement showing such matters and things; and

(2) Determine and fix the amount of license tax due from the distributor or other person for such month, and proceed to collect the amount of the license tax with penalties and interest added thereto pursuant to section 231-39.

Upon request of the director, the attorney general (or the attorney general's deputies, including the county attorneys and public prosecutor) shall commence and prosecute to final determination in any court of competent jurisdiction an action at law to collect any tax herein imposed which is delinquent and all penalties and interest accrued, or any other appropriate action at law or otherwise to enforce this chapter. [L 1932 1st, c 19, §9; RL 1935, §2018; am L Sp 1941, c 26, pt of §1; RL 1945, §5411; am L 1953, c 125, pt of §9; RL 1955, §123-9; am L Sp 1959 2d, c 1, §16; HRS §243-12; gen ch 1985]

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