Maine Revised Statutes Title 36 Sec. 4069-A - Extension Of Time For Payment Of Estate Tax When Estate Consists Largely Of Interest In Closely Held Business
Maine Revised Statutes > Title 36 > Chapter 575 > § 4069-A - Extension Of Time For Payment Of Estate Tax When Estate Consists Largely Of Interest In Closely Held Business
Current as of: 2010
1. Deferred payment arrangement. If the Internal Revenue Service has approved a federal estate tax deferral and installment payment arrangement under Section 6166 of the Code, the personal representative may elect a similar deferred payment arrangement under this section for payment of the tax imposed by this chapter, subject to acceptance by the State Tax Assessor. The assessor may approve a deferral and installment arrangement under similar circumstances and on similar terms with respect to an estate of a decedent dying after December 31, 2002 that does not incur a federal estate tax. [ 2003, c. 673, Pt. D, §7 (AMD) ; 2003, c. 673, Pt. D, §9 (AFF) .] 2. Time and manner of election; rejection by State Tax Assessor. An election under this section may be made by attaching a payment deferral election in a form prescribed by the assessor to a timely filed Maine estate tax return, in addition to any documentation required by section 4068 and copies of all documentation required by the Internal Revenue Service and submitted in support of a federal payment deferral. Documentation submitted to the assessor must clearly indicate the amount of Maine estate tax and interest to be paid in installments; the number of separate installments; and the due date of each installment payment. The assessor may reject the election. Any election not rejected in writing by the assessor within 60 days after the election is made is considered accepted. [ 2003, c. 673, Pt. D, §7 (AMD) ; 2003, c. 673, Pt. D, §9 (AFF) .] 3. Interest and penalties. The amount of Maine estate tax deferred under this section is subject to interest pursuant to section 186. Interest payable on the unpaid tax attributable to a 5-year deferral period pursuant to Section 6166 of the Code must be paid annually. Interest payable on any unpaid tax attributable to any period after the 5-year deferral period must be paid annually at the same time as, and as part of, each installment payment of the tax. If any payment of principal or interest under this section is not made on or before the due date, the penalities provided by section 187-B apply. [ 1999, c. 414, §36 (NEW) .] SECTION HISTORY 1999, c. 414, §36 (NEW) . 2003, c. 673, §D7 (AMD) . 2003, c. 673, §D9 (AFF) .
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Tennessee Code > Title 65 > Chapter 3 > Part 1 > § 65-3-119. Penalties generally
Current as of: 2010
(a) It is the duty of the district attorneys general to bring suit in the name of the state on the relation of the department of transportation, in any court having jurisdiction thereof, to recover any penalty imposed by the provisions of this chapter and chapter 5 of this title.
(b) If any company, corporation or lessee knowingly violates any of the provisions of this chapter or chapter 5 of this title, or does any act prohibited therein, or fails or refuses to perform any duty required by the department of transportation pursuant to the provisions of this chapter or chapter 5 of this title for which a penalty has not therein been provided, for each and every such act of violation it shall pay to the state of Tennessee a penalty of not less than five hundred dollars ($500) nor more than one thousand dollars ($1,000).
(c) All penalties provided for in this chapter or chapter 5 of this title shall be recovered, and suit thereon shall be brought, in the name of the state of Tennessee.
(d) All penalties and fines recovered shall be paid into the state treasury.
[Acts 1897, ch. 10, §§ 20, 25, 26; Shan., §§ 3059a46, 3059a55, 3059a59, 3059a60; Code 1932, §§ 5422, 5431, 5435, 5436; modified; Acts 1980, ch. 760, § 1; T.C.A. (orig. ed.), §§ 65-321 â€” 65-324; Acts 1991, ch. 138, § 2; 1995, ch. 305, § 10.]
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