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     10-59-8.   Issuance of certificate of assessment--Certificate deemed prima facie correct--Copy to taxpayer--Payment--Hearing. If the secretary determines that any taxpayer owes tax, penalty, or interest, the secretary shall issue a certificate of assessment and mail a copy of the certificate to the last known address of the taxpayer by certified mail. The certificate of assessment shall be deemed prima facie correct. Any taxpayer against whom an assessment is made shall either pay the amount of the assessment or make arrangements agreeable to the secretary to pay the assessment plus additional interest required by § 10-59-6 within sixty days from the date of the certificate or request a hearing pursuant to the provisions of § 10-59-9.

Source: SL 1986, ch 111, § 8; SL 1988, ch 125; SL 2008, ch 58, § 2.


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