Laws, Regulations & Annotations

Business Taxes Law Guide – Revision 2013
 

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495.0000 SALE

Annotation 495.0465

(a) IN GENERAL—DEFINITION

495.0465 Special Order Contracts. A contract is written for a special order and the customer places a non-refundable 20% down payment. The amount of the sales tax reimbursement is set forth on the special order form. The "Warranties and General Information" section of the form contains the statement: " Special Orders. Please give careful consideration when making your selection. There will be no cancellation accepted on Special Orders, because this merchandise is ordered according to your exact instructions, and may not be right for other customers."

The special order contract sets forth the amount of tax. The buyer's right to cancel is subject to the duty to forfeit the deposit; this is not an unconditional right to terminate. Finally, the parties have not reserved the right to alter the tax obligation in the event of a change in tax rates. The special agreement constitutes a contract for fixed price. Special orders executed prior to July 15, 1991, are exempt from the tax increase. 7/30/91.