Purchases for Resale by Federal Government Contractors: Lockheed Space Operations Co. v. Florida Department of Revenue

Vickers, Cass D.
January 2000
Journal of State Taxation;Winter2000, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p16
Academic Journal
Presents a court case about purchases for resale by federal government contractors in Florida. Rule of statutory construction; Purpose of the resale provisions; Dealer's noncompliance with regulatory requirements for timely registration as a dealer and timely extension of valid resale certificates.


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