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Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter77 > 77-27_152

77-27,152. Refund; notice by certified mail; modify or revoke; when; effect.(1) The Tax Commissioner, after giving notice by certified mail to the applicant and giving an opportunity for a hearing, shall modify or revoke the refund whenever the following appears: (a) The refund was obtained by fraud or misrepresentation regarding the payment of tax on materials incorporated into the facility or facilities; or (b) the Department of Environmental Quality has modified its findings regarding the facility covered by the refund.(2) The Department of Environmental Quality may modify its findings when it determines any of the following: (a) The refund was obtained by fraud or misrepresentation regarding the facility or planned operation of the facility; (b) the applicant has failed substantially to operate the facility for the purpose and degree of control specified in the application or an amended application; or (c) the facility covered by the refund is no longer used for the primary purpose of pollution control.(3) On the mailing by certified mail to the refund applicant of notice of the action of the Tax Commissioner modifying or revoking the refund, the refund shall cease to be in force or shall remain in force only as modified. When a refund is revoked because a refund was obtained by fraud or misrepresentation, all taxes which would have been payable if no certificate had been issued shall be immediately due and payable with the maximum interest and penalties prescribed by the Nebraska Revenue Act of 1967. No statute of limitations shall operate in the event of fraud or misrepresentation. SourceLaws 1972, LB 716, § 4; Laws 1977, LB 308, § 3; Laws 1993, LB 3, § 45; Laws 2002, LB 989, § 22. Cross ReferencesNebraska Revenue Act of 1967, see section 77-2701.