California Laws - Revenue and Taxation Code
DIVISION 2. OTHER TAXES
PART 3.5. FUEL TAX AGREEMENTS

CHAPTER 1. FUEL TAX AGREEMENTS (9401) (10503)(1-click HTML)

9401. The board, with the approval of the Department of Finance, may on behalf of the state become a party to a reciprocal fuel tax agreement between this state and another jurisdiction, or an agency thereof that is authorized to enter into an agreement, providing for the administration, collection, and enforcement by a party to the agreement of the taxes imposed upon motor fuels by another jurisdiction, and for the forwarding of collections to the jurisdiction on behalf of which the tax was collected. (10504)

For purposes of this section, "taxes imposed upon motor fuels" means the taxes imposed by this state pursuant to Part 3 (commencing with Section 8601) or Part 31 (commencing with Section 60001), and taxes of a similar nature imposed upon any motor fuels by another jurisdiction under its laws. (10505)

For purposes of this section, a "jurisdiction" is this state, any other state, the District of Columbia, a province or territory of Canada, or any governmental entity, which is a party to a reciprocal fuel tax agreement authorized by this section. (10506)

The board may adopt and enforce regulations necessary to implement the terms of a reciprocal fuel tax agreement to which the board is a party. (10507)

  

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