2010 Tennessee Code
Title 67 - Taxes And Licenses
Chapter 4 - Privilege and Excise Taxes
Part 20 - Excise Tax Law
67-4-2016 - Collection Dissolved entities.
67-4-2016. Collection Dissolved entities.
(a) The commissioner is empowered and it is the commissioner's duty to collect the tax, together with penalty and interest, levied under this part from any officer, stockholder, partner, member, principal, or employee of a taxpayer that is out of business or has dissolved, liquidated, otherwise terminated at a time when it has refused or failed to pay the excise tax levied under this part, and any such officer, stockholder, partner, member, principal, or employee has received property belonging to the taxpayer, but such collection shall be limited to the value of the property received.
(b) The commissioner is empowered to certify to the secretary of state the name of any taxpayer that fails or refuses to file any statement or return or to pay any fee or tax required by this part; however, no certification shall be issued until such statement, return, or tax has remained delinquent for a period of ninety (90) days.
(c) At the time of such certification to the secretary of state, the commissioner shall give notice to the taxpayer of the action taken. Thereupon, the charter or certificate of such taxpayer or its domestication in Tennessee shall stand as automatically dissolved or revoked and the secretary of state shall note such revocation or dissolution upon the secretary of state's records.
(d) At any time after the date of revocation or dissolution, such charter or certificate or domestication may be reinstated upon the filing of all reports and the payment of all fees, taxes, penalty and interest due the state; provided, that the title has not been taken by another taxpayer.
[Acts 1999, ch. 406, § 3.]
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