MINES AND MINING
LICENSE TAX FOR PRIVILEGE OF MINING AND EXTRACTING ORES
47-1208. Tax deficiency collection and enforcement procedures. The deficiency in tax and notice of deficiency as well as the collection and enforcement procedures provided by the Idaho income tax act, sections 63-3030A, 63-3033, 63-3038, 63-3039, 63-3040, 63-3042 through 63-3065A, 63-3068, 63-3069, 63-3071, 63-3072, 63-3073 and 63-3075 through 63-3078, Idaho Code, shall apply and be available to the state tax commission for enforcement of the provisions of this act and the assessment and collection of any amounts due. Said sections shall for this purpose be considered a part of this act and wherever liens or any other proceedings are defined as income tax liens or proceedings they shall, when applied in enforcement or collection under this act, be described as a license tax for the privilege of mining lien or proceeding.
The state tax commission may be made a party defendant in an action at law or in equity by any person aggrieved by the unlawful seizure or sale of his property, or in any suit for refund or to recover an overpayment, but only the state of Idaho shall be responsible for any final judgment secured against the state tax commission, and said judgment shall be paid or satisfied out of the state refund account created by section 63-3067, Idaho Code.
[47-1208, added 1969, ch. 311, sec. 2, p. 966; am. 1977, ch. 93, sec. 6, p. 192; am. 1979, ch. 48, sec. 2, p. 138; am. 1982, ch. 179, sec. 2, p. 467; am. 1986, ch. 73, sec. 6, p. 207; am. 1986, ch. 92, sec. 1, p. 269.]
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