The act prescribes additional eligibility requirements and procedures for participation in the program and authorizes the department to impose a post-amnesty collection penalty under certain conditions.
The act authorizes the department to retain a certain amount of the taxes collected for administrative and advertising expenses and provides that the remaining amounts collected will be deposited into the appropriate state fund. Act 2015-556, SB13, is the Motor Vehicle Ad Valorem Tax Fairness Act.
The act also prohibits the Legislature from appropriating any funds from any clearing or holding accounts into which the Department of Revenue deposits certain tax revenues. Act 2015-539, HB30, amends Section 40-23-85, Code of Alabama 1975, to change the distribution of state use taxes currently collected by decreasing the percentage of proceeds deposited into the Education Trust Fund and increasing the percentage of proceeds deposited into the State General Fund. The act requires the driver of an autocycle to have a regular motor vehicle driver’s license, requires an autocycle to be equipped with a seat belt, which is required to be used while the vehicle is in operation, and provides certain restrictions for the use of autocycles by persons 17 years of age or younger. Act 2015-555, SB20, is the Alabama Tax Delinquency Amnesty Act of 2016.
The act requires the Department of Revenue to create a tax amnesty program for all taxes administered by the department, excluding certain motor fuel taxes and certain penalties collected by the department under existing law.
The act also authorizes the Alabama Medicaid Agency to file an amendment with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) requesting an appropriate increase in the pharmacy dispensing fee included in the state reimbursement amount paid to participating pharmacists.
This is an appeal arising out of a Judgment and order dated 30th of October, 2006 passed by the High Court of Delhi at New Delhi in C. The order of the Additional Rent Controller holding that he is conferred with power to set aside an ex-parte order for eviction in the exercise of its jurisdiction under Order 9 Rule 13 read with Order 37 Rule 4 and Section 151 of the Code of Civil Procedure (in short, "the Code") was thereby affirmed by the High Court in appeal. The brief facts leading to the filing of this appeal may be stated as follows in a nutshell :- The landlord/appellant filed an eviction petition under Section 14(1)(e) of the Delhi Rent Control Act, 1958 (in short "the Rent Act") before the Rent Controller, Delhi for eviction of the Tenant/Respondent from No.
The act changes the distribution of ETF revenues in excess of the fiscal year appropriation cap remaining after the ETF Rainy Day Account has been repaid as follows: (1) an amount equal to one percent of the previous year’s ETF appropriations must be transferred to the ETF Budget Stabilization Fund annually until the Fund reaches 7.5 percent of the previous year’s appropriations from the ETF; and (2) the amount in excess of the one percent transferred into the ETF Budget Stabilization Fund must be transferred into the ETF Advancement and Technology Fund (formerly the ETF Capital Fund) to be appropriated by an independent supplemental appropriation bill for certain education-related purposes.
The act repeals Sections 16-33C-14 and 16-33C-15, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to annual appropriations from the Education Trust Fund to the Trust Fund of the Prepaid Affordable College Tuition (PACT) Program and amends Section 16-33C-16, Code of Alabama 1975, to revise the amounts to be annually appropriated from the ETF to the PACT Trust Fund. The act makes appropriations for the ordinary expenses of the executive, legislative, and judicial departments for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2016. Act 2015-551, HB20, amends Section 40-23-2, Code of Alabama 1975, provides that the automobile, motorcycle, truck, truck trailer, and semi-trailer sales tax paid by out-of-state residents who purchase a vehicle in Alabama pursuant to existing law are not to be levied at a rate higher than the automobile sales tax of the resident state. Act 2015-553, HB37, defines an “autocycle” as a motor vehicle which has three wheels on the ground, but has a steering wheel, and excludes autocycles from the definition of motorcycle for the purposes of the licensure of the driver.
The tenant/respondent filed an affidavit by way of an application praying for leave to defend the eviction proceeding after delay of 8 days from the date of service of notice upon him.
After filing of the eviction proceeding, summons was issued in compliance with Section 25(3) (a) of the Rent Act to the tenant/respondent to appear before the Rent Controller on a specified date for the purpose of defending the eviction proceeding.