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(a) The person engaging in a fisheries business who first actually and physically processes a fisheries resource is liable for and shall pay to the department the entire tax imposed under AS 43.75.015 . If two or more persons perform separate steps in the processing of the same fisheries resource, the first person who performs a processing step is liable for and shall pay the tax. This section applies to the period June 1, 1979 through December 31, 1980.
(b) For periods after December 31, 1980, the person engaging in a fisheries business who first actually and physically processes a fisheries resource or who has a fisheries resource processed by a fisheries business inside the state, or the person who purchases a fisheries resource that is frozen from a person excluded by AS 43.75.017 from liability for the tax, is liable for and shall pay to the department the entire tax imposed under AS 43.75.015 . In determining the tax liability, the person who first actually and physically processed a fisheries resource may deduct from the value of the fisheries resource processed the value of a fisheries resource processed for another fisheries business. If a person custom processes a fisheries resource for another fisheries business, the custom processor is not liable for the tax, but if he custom processes for someone other than another fisheries business, the custom processor must pay the tax.
History: Eff. 9/9/81, Register 79; am 9/18/81, Register 80
Authority: AS 43.05.080
AS 43.75.015 (c)
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