301.6402-3(a)(5), which provides "[a] return or amended return shall constitute a claim for refund or credit flit contains a statement setting forth
the amount determined as an overpayment...."
Thus, the Board's discovery rules reflect a conscious decision to distinguish between party and nonparty discovery, as demonstrated by the enactment of separate rules setting forth
distinct procedures to be applied with regard to each category of discovery requests.
The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), America's leading construction trade group, has announced its support of report by the Construction Users Roundtable Tripartite Initiative (CTI) setting forth
recommendations for action on critical issues facing the construction industry.
In some cases, there may be an additional agreement setting forth
the tax terms; more often there may be no further discussions or documents exchanged between the parties except for invoices and payments.
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