California Laws - Revenue and Taxation Code


41045. The surcharges imposed by this part shall be collected insofar as practicable at the same time as, and along with, the charges made in accordance with regular billing practice of the service supplier. (25768)

The charges for services determined by or stated on a billing of a service supplier in accordance with its business practices and accounting records to have been supplied to a service user during any calendar month or billing period of the service supplier shall be presumed to be correct. The presumption may be rebutted by evidence which establishes that the charges for services were other than such amount. (25769)

41046. There are exempt from the surcharge charges for intrastate telephone communication services and VoIP service which are exempt from the federal communication services tax pursuant to Section 4253 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954. (25770)

41049. In any instances where an exemption is claimed by reason of the provisions of this part, and the service supplier questions the validity of the claimed exemption, either the service supplier or the service user may request the board to issue a ruling as to the validity of the claimed exemption, accompanying the request with a statement showing the facts and basis for the claim. The board shall issue its ruling within 30 days of receipt of the request. Pending issuance of the ruling, the service supplier shall not be obligated to collect the surcharge from the claimant. (25771)


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