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Section 39-2-12 Partial and final payments of contractors by awarding authorities. (a) As used
in this section the following words shall have the meanings ascribed to them as follows: (1)
CONTRACTOR. Any natural person, partnership, company, firm, corporation, association, limited
liability company, cooperative, or other legal entity licensed by the Alabama State Licensing
Board for General Contractors. (2) NONRESIDENT CONTRACTOR. A contractor which is neither a.
organized and existing under the laws of the State of Alabama, nor b. maintains its principal
place of business in the State of Alabama. A nonresident contractor which has maintained a
permanent branch office within the State of Alabama for at least five continuous years shall
not thereafter be deemed to be a nonresident contractor so long as the contractor continues
to maintain a branch office within Alabama. (3) RETAINAGE. That money belonging to the contractor
which has been retained by the awarding authority conditioned on... - 18K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 40-18-39 Corporate returns. (a) Except as provided in subsection (c), every corporation,
joint stock company, or association subject to income tax under this chapter shall file a
return with the Department of Revenue for each taxable year, stating specifically the items
of its gross income and the deductions and credits allowed by this chapter. In cases where
receivers, trustees in bankruptcy, or assignees are operating the property or business of
corporations, such receivers, trustees, or assignees shall file returns for such corporations
in the same manner and form as corporations are required to file returns. Any tax due on the
basis of such returns filed by receivers, trustees, or assignees shall be collected in the
same manner as if collected from the corporations of whose business or property they have
custody and control. Returns shall be filed by the same date as the corresponding federal
income tax returns are required to be filed as provided under federal law. The... - 15K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 32-8-87 Dismantling, destroying, changing identity of vehicle; certificate requirements;
insurance claims; "total loss"; removal of identification numbers, plates, etc.;
transfer of salvage vehicles; inspections; "component parts"; rebuilt vehicles;
flood vehicles; online verifications. (a) Each owner of a motor vehicle and each person mentioned
as owner in the last certificate of title who scraps, dismantles, destroys, or changes the
motor vehicle in such a manner that it is not the same motor vehicle described in the certificate
of origin or certificate of title shall as soon as practicable cause the certificate of origin
or certificate of title, if any, and any other documents or information required by the department
to be mailed or delivered to the department for processing. The department shall, with the
consent of any holder of liens noted on the surrendered certificate, enter a cancellation
upon its records. Upon cancellation of a certificate of origin or certificate of... - 32K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 40-29-33 Application of proceeds of levy. (a) Collection of liability. Any money realized
by proceedings under this article (whether by seizure, by surrender under Section 40-29-24,
except pursuant to subsection (b)(2) thereof, or by sale of seized property) or by sale of
property redeemed by the State of Alabama (if the interest of the State of Alabama in such
property was a lien arising under the provisions of this title) shall be applied as follows:
(1) EXPENSE OF LEVY AND SALE. First, against the expenses of the proceedings; (2) SPECIFIC
TAX LIABILITY ON SEIZED PROPERTY. If the property seized and sold is subject to a tax imposed
under this title which has not been paid, the amount remaining after applying subdivision
(1) shall then be applied against such tax liability, including any penalty and interest,
(and, if such tax was not previously assessed, it shall then be assessed); (3) LIABILITY OF
DELINQUENT TAXPAYER. The amount, if any, remaining after applying subdivisions... - 1K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 9-15-82 Article not to apply to certain transfers, reversions, sales, etc. (a) This
article shall not apply to the transfers of real property between departments, boards, bureaus,
commissions, institutions, corporations, or agencies of the state. These transfers may be
made by mutual agreements between the chief executive officers of the respective departments
with the approval of the Governor. This article shall not apply to the leasing or sale of
timber from unused lands under Section 9-15-1 et seq.; to the leasing or sale of timber from
school lands and swamp and overflowed lands under Section 9-15-30 et seq.; to the leasing
of oil, gas, and other minerals under Section 9-17-60 et seq.; real property sold by the Department
of Revenue under tax sales and redemptions; to the sale of property by the Alabama Historical
Commission under Section 41-9-249(7); to reversions made under Section 31-4-18; to the sale
or conveyance of real property by the Alabama Housing Finance... - 7K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 24-9-8 Quiet title and foreclosure action. (a) The authority may initiate a quiet title
action under this section to quiet title to real property held by the authority or interests
in tax delinquent property held by the authority by recording with the office of the judge
of probate in the county in which the property subject to quiet title action is located a
notice of pending quiet title action. The notice shall include the name of the taxpayer whose
interest was affected by the tax sale; the name of any other party as revealed by a search
and examination of the title to the property who may claim an interest in the property; a
legal description of the property; the street address of the property if available; the name,
address, and telephone number of the authority; a statement that the property is subject to
the quiet title proceedings under Act 2013-249; and a statement that any legal interests in
the property may be extinguished by a circuit court order vesting title to... - 13K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 40-23-60 Definitions. For the purpose of this article, the following terms shall have
the respective meanings ascribed to them in this section: (1) PERSON or COMPANY. Any individual,
firm, company, partnership, association, corporation, receiver or trustee, or any other group
or combination acting as a unit, and the plural as well as the singular number, unless the
intention to give a more limited meaning is disclosed by the context. (2) DEPARTMENT. The
Department of Revenue of the State of Alabama. (3) COMMISSIONER. The Commissioner of Revenue
of the State of Alabama. (4) WHOLESALE SALE or SALE AT WHOLESALE. Any one of the following:
a. A sale of tangible personal property by wholesaler to licensed retail merchants, jobbers,
dealers or other wholesalers for resale and does not include a sale by wholesalers to users
or consumers, not for resale. b. A sale of tangible personal property or products, including
iron ore, and including the furnished container and label of such... - 11K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 45-6-242.20 Additional sales and use tax; collection, distribution, and use of proceeds.
(a) This section shall only apply to Bullock County. (b) As used in this section state sales
and use tax means the tax imposed by the state sales and use tax statutes, including, but
not limited to, Sections 40-23-1, 40-23-2, 40-23-3, 40-23-4, 40-23-60, 40-23-61, 40-23-62,
and 40-23-63. (c) The County Commission of Bullock County may levy, in addition to all other
taxes, including, but not limited to, municipal gross receipts license taxes, a one cent ($.01)
privilege license tax against gross sales or gross receipts, including the sale of items and
property by persons who are not engaged in the business of retail sales or casual sales. The
gross receipts of any business and the gross proceeds of all sales which are presently exempt
under the state sales and use tax statutes are exempt from the tax authorized by this section.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, the amount authorized to be levied... - 6K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 40-13-53 Applicability. (a) The term severed material, as defined in subdivision (9)
of Section 40-13-51 shall not include lime or limestone used for agricultural purposes or
for pollution control or abatement purposes, nor rock dust used for settling coal dust in
underground mines or similar uses, nor any natural minerals used for the purpose of producing
portland cement, nor processed sand used in the foundry cores, mold, and linings, nor clay
that produces lightweight aggregate, severed materials that are further processed into a finished
aggregate or limestone product without being transported on a public road, marble and marble
by-products, iron ore, quartzite, coal, oil, and natural gas and the severance of marble and
marble by-products, iron ore, quartzite, coal, oil, and natural gas shall not be subject to
the provisions of this article. (b) The tax levied by this article shall apply to all severed
material severed from the ground within this state and sold as tangible... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 40-18-31.2 Factor presence nexus standard for business activity. (a)(1) Individuals
who are residents or domiciliaries of this state and business entities that are organized
or commercially domiciled in this state have substantial nexus with this state. (2) Nonresident
individuals and business entities organized outside of the state that are doing business in
this state have substantial nexus and are subject to the taxes provided for in Chapters 14A,
18, and 16 of this title, when in any tax period the property, payroll, or sales of the individual
or business in the state, as they are defined in subsection (d), exceeds the thresholds set
forth in subsection (b). (b) Substantial nexus is established if any of the following thresholds
are exceeded during the tax period: (1) A dollar amount of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000)
of property. (2) A dollar amount of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) of payroll. (3) A dollar
amount of five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) of sales, as... - 7K - Match Info - Similar pages

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