- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 43. Revenue and Taxation
- Chapter 40. Motor Fuel Tax
- Section 35. Other Refunds and Credits.
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. Applications and Permits For Refund. [Repealed, Sec. 45 Ch 113 SLA 1980. For Current Law, See AS 43.40.050
AS 43.40.035. Other Refunds and Credits.
- (a) A person who resells fuel on which the tax under AS 43.40.010
(a) or (b) was previously paid is entitled to a credit or refund of the tax if (1) the resold fuel is not motor fuel
and the requirements of AS 43.40.015 have been
fulfilled; or (2) the amount of tax previously paid exceeds the tax due on the resale. The amount of the credit or
refund under this section is equal to the amount of tax previously paid on the resold fuel less the amount of tax
prescribed by AS 43.40.010
(a) or (b).
- (b) A reseller may elect, with the express written consent of the supplier of the reseller, to receive the credit or
refund under this section directly from the supplier rather than by filing a claim for the credit or refund with the
department. When an election is properly made under this subsection, the supplier may claim the credit or refund from
the department. To be effective an election under this subsection must be signed in quadruplicate by the reseller and
by the supplier. The reseller and the supplier shall each file one copy of the election, with original signatures, with
the department. The reseller and supplier shall each retain a copy of the election with original signatures for audit
review by the department. If an election is made under this subsection, it may not be revoked without the express
written consent of the supplier.
- (c) For fuel sold to federal, state, and local government agencies for official use and purchased with a government credit
card, the credit card issuer may apply for a refund of any motor fuel tax assessed on the purchase if the tax is not
billed by the credit card issuer to the government agency making the purchase.
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