Taxpayers have litigated numerous cases on summonses
w 331 Number of court summonses
issued in Dundalk over TV licences
The IRS issued summonses
to third parties, seeking certain records related to the partnership and tax deductions it had claimed.
had to be manually translated because of the computer blunder.
The Welsh Language Act 1967 allowed for summonses
to be produced bilingually, but this service will now end and the summonses
will be issued in English only.
were cancelled as the case clearly cannot be heard by a Coventry Court and we are now making efforts to resolve the issue without any further action.
Thursday's hearing was part of a countywide crackdown on thousands of people who have ignored at least three jury-duty summonses
The resumption of enforcement followed a 90-day public outreach campaign during which no summonses
were written for failure to recycle glass.
The procedure, however, also provides rules for dealing with two sets of taxpayers whose behavior does not satisfy the general rule: (1) the delayed-response taxpayer, where compliance is achieved through additional meetings or requests; and (2) the non-responsive taxpayer, which involves the potential use of summonses
to achieve compliance.
NEW YORKERS WERE sorely vexed this summer by an alleged "ticketing blitz" a spate of summonses
issued for violations of obscure or trivial laws in what many see as an attempt to fill dwindling city coffers.
William Ronald Munslow left for Alicante when his waste management company, Bill Mounslow Services, abandoned a landfill site, which was the cause of dispute, in the Amman Valley 15 months ago, leading to summonses
for waste and pollution offences.
A spokesman for the West Midland force said: "Procedural steps will help us identify the offender and reduce the risk of Mr Richards receiving summonses