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2010 Florida Statutes
Reports required of terminal suppliers, importers, exporters, blenders, and wholesalers.
Reports required of terminal suppliers, importers, exporters, blenders, and wholesalers.—
Each terminal supplier, importer, blender, or wholesaler of motor fuels, when making a report to the Department of Revenue of the amount of such products sold in this state upon which the tax provided is due and payable by him or her to the department, shall at the same time report to the department each and every sale made by such person of any quantity of motor fuel which shall not have been at the time of such sale divested of its interstate or foreign character, which report shall show the name and business location of the person to whom the same is sold in this state. Every terminal supplier, importer, blender, or wholesaler shall, at the time other reports are required to be made to the department, report to the department each and every purchase of such products not theretofore divested of their interstate or foreign character made by such person upon which the tax is shown by the invoice thereof to have been assumed for report and payment by the terminal supplier, importer, blender, or wholesaler selling to him or her.
Each importer of taxable motor or diesel fuels, when making a report to the department of the amount of such product brought into this state upon which the tax provided is due and payable by him or her directly to the department, shall at the same time report to the department each and every sale or storage, other than in a bulk facility, made by such person of any quantity of motor fuel in net gallons, the county to which said fuel was delivered, the terminal supplier of the imported fuel, the shipping paper number, the import authorization number required by s. 206.051, and any other information necessary as specified by the department.
A licensed exporter shall file a report each month disclosing all gallons exported, including the following information: supplier name, terminal location, destination state, shipping manifest number, carrier name, carrier federal employer identification number, mode of transportation, destination address, state of destination, origin terminal identification, purchaser’s name, purchaser’s federal employer identification number or, if such number is not available, social security number, shipping paper number, invoice number, net gallons, gross gallons, billed gallons, product identification, and a copy of the return accounting for the import of these fuels to the destination state.
s. 12, ch. 15659, 1931; CGL 1936 Supp. 1167 (27); s. 7, ch. 63-253; s. 5, ch. 65-371; s. 2, ch. 65-420; ss. 21, 35, ch. 69-106; s. 1, ch. 70-995; s. 108, ch. 85-342; s. 1079, ch. 95-147; s. 52, ch. 95-417; s. 12, ch. 96-323.
Former s. 208.15.