Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 63
REVENUE AND TAXATION
CHAPTER 36
SALES TAX
63-3640.  Contracts entered into before effective date of increased tax. (1) Commencing October 1, 2006, the purchase, use, storage or other consumption of tangible personal property which is otherwise subject to the taxes imposed by this chapter by persons defined in section 63-3609(a), Idaho Code, shall be exempt from one cent (1¢) of the taxes imposed by sections 63-3619 and 63-3621, Idaho Code, if:
(a)  The tangible personal property is purchased, used, stored or otherwise consumed for incorporation into real property; and
(b)  The tangible personal property is purchased, used, stored or otherwise consumed in regard to a project performed by such person pursuant to a qualified contract; and
(c)  The taxpayer claims the exemption in the manner provided by subsection (3) of this section.
(2)  As used in this section, the term "qualified contract" means a contract which:
(a)  Is a written contract; and
(b)  Was in effect on September 1, 2006, or was submitted for bid or bid in written form on or before September 1, 2006, and subsequently became a written contract; and
(c)  Was negotiated or bid based upon the sales or use tax being five percent (5%); and
(d)  Requires the cost of the sales or use tax to be borne by the contractor.
(3)  A person entitled to the exemption granted in subsection (1) of this section may submit a claim for refund to the state tax commission for the amount of one cent (1¢) of the tax imposed by sections 63-3619 and 63-3621, Idaho Code, if it has actually been paid by him. The claim for refund shall include:
(a)  A copy of a written contract which is a qualified contract; and
(b)  A detailed invoice prepared by the seller showing all items of tangible personal property purchased by the claimant, the sale of which is subject to the exemption granted in subsection (1) of this section; and
(c)  A document signed by the purchaser certifying that the tangible personal property shown on the invoice required by subsection (3)(b) of this section has in fact been used by him on the project to which the qualified contract relates.
(4)  Upon receipt of the claim for refund, the state tax commission shall review the claim and, if it finds it to be proper, shall pay the refund together with interest from the date that the claim was filed at the rate established by section 63-3045, Idaho Code, within thirty (30) days from the date the claim was received by the commission.
(5)  The use or incorporation into real property of any tangible personal property upon which the exemption provided by subsection (1) of this section has been claimed pursuant to any contract other than a qualified contract shall be a misdemeanor.
(6)  In addition to the criminal penalties provided by subsection (5) of this section, the use or incorporation into real property of tangible personal property upon which the exemption provided by subsection (1) of this section has been claimed pursuant to any contract which is not a qualified contract shall subject the user to a penalty of three (3) times the sales or use tax otherwise due under this chapter to be enforced and collected as provided by sections 63-3634 and 63-3635, Idaho Code.
(7)  In the case of a retailer who makes sales of tangible personal property to any person entitled to the exemption granted in subsection (1) of this section who is for any reason unable to collect one cent (1¢) of the tax imposed by sections 63-3619 and 63-3621, Idaho Code, from the purchaser, the retailer shall be entitled to claim the refund otherwise available to the purchaser. The claim for refund shall be filed in the manner prescribed by subsection (3) of this section. Nothing in this subsection shall excuse the retailer from reporting sales and use taxes at the full statutory rate on all taxable sales made during the period to which his sales or use tax return relates. If a refund claim is filed concurrently with the return, the refund claimed may be credited against the tax due on the return. Any retailer who claims a refund for any taxes actually collected from the purchaser shall be subject to a penalty of three (3) times the sales or use tax refund improperly claimed to be enforced and collected as provided by sections 63-3634 and 63-3635, Idaho Code.

History:
[63-3640, added 2003, ch. 381, sec. 1, p. 1017; am. 2006, 1st Ex. Sess., ch. 1, sec. 21, p. 67.]


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