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2016 Florida Statutes

F.S. 206.9942
206.9942 Refunds and credits.
(1) Any licensed terminal supplier, importer, exporter, producer, wholesaler, or dealer who has purchased petroleum products, who has paid the tax pursuant to s. 206.9935(2) or (3) to his or her supplier, and who subsequently exports said products from the state or bunkers petroleum products into marine vessels engaged in interstate or foreign commerce may deduct the amount of tax paid thereon pursuant to s. 206.9935(2) or (3) from the amount owed to the state and remitted pursuant to s. 206.9931(2) or may apply for a refund of the amount of tax paid thereon pursuant to s. 206.9935(2) or (3).
(2) Any person licensed pursuant to this chapter who has produced, imported, or purchased pollutants on which the tax has been paid pursuant to s. 206.9935(2) to the state or to his or her supplier and who subsequently exports from the state said pollutants or products containing said pollutants may deduct the amount of tax paid thereon pursuant to s. 206.9935(2) from the amount owed to the state and remitted pursuant to s. 206.9931(2) or may apply for a refund of the amount of tax paid thereon pursuant to s. 206.9935(2).
(3) Any person licensed pursuant to this chapter who has produced, imported, or purchased solvents on which the tax has been paid pursuant to s. 206.9935(2) to the state or to his or her supplier and which solvents are subsequently consumed in the manufacture or production of a product which is not itself a pollutant as defined in s. 206.9925(5) may deduct the amount of tax paid thereon pursuant to s. 206.9935(2) from the amount owed to the state and remitted pursuant to s. 206.9931(2) or may apply for a refund of the amount of tax paid thereon pursuant to s. 206.9935(2).
(4) Any person licensed pursuant to this chapter who has produced, imported, or purchased solvents on which the tax has been paid pursuant to s. 206.9935(2) to the state or to his or her supplier and which solvents were subsequently consumed, blended, or mixed to produce a pollutant that is subject to tax pursuant to s. 206.9935(2) may deduct the amount of tax paid on the solvent pursuant to s. 206.9935(2) from the amount owed to the state for the pollutant and remitted pursuant to s. 206.9931(2) or may apply for a refund of the amount of tax paid on the solvent pursuant to s. 206.9935(2). In no event shall any deduction or credit under this subsection exceed the tax owed to the state for the pollutant.
(5) Any person licensed pursuant to this chapter who has produced, imported, or purchased lead-acid batteries on which the tax has been paid pursuant to s. 206.9935(2) to the state or to his or her supplier and who subsequently exports from the state said lead-acid batteries may deduct the amount of tax paid thereon pursuant to s. 206.9935(2) from the amount owed to the state and remitted pursuant to s. 206.9931(2) or may apply for a refund of the amount of tax paid thereon pursuant to s. 206.9935(2).
(6) Administrative procedures governing refunds under this section shall be those specified in s. 206.41, except for the provisions requiring refund permits.
(7) It is the responsibility of the applicant to affirmatively demonstrate to the satisfaction of the department that he or she is eligible for any deduction or refund claimed hereunder. Without such demonstration, no refund or deduction shall be allowed.
History.s. 3, ch. 86-159; s. 68, ch. 87-99; s. 4, ch. 89-171; s. 1090, ch. 95-147; s. 96, ch. 95-417; s. 4, ch. 96-352.