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10-47B-22Remittance by importer of certain imported fuel--Exception.

The tax imposed on motor fuel and special fuel by § 10-47B-6 and not exempted by § 10-47B-19 shall be remitted by the importer. The importer does not need to remit this tax if the importer demonstrates that the fuel was acquired by the importer from an out-of-state supplier licensed in accordance with the provisions of this chapter at an out-of-state terminal and that South Dakota will be paid the tax by the out-of-state supplier. This may be evidenced with a bill of lading indicating South Dakota as the destination state and an invoice indicating that South Dakota tax was charged by the out-of-state supplier. An importer is not responsible for payment of the tax if the tax is being paid to this state by another jurisdiction with whom this state has entered into an interstate precollection agreement.

Source: SL 1995, ch 71, § 22; SL 1999, ch 58, § 8.

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