Laws, Regulations & Annotations

Business Taxes Law Guide – Revision 2014
 

Diesel Fuel Tax Law

CHAPTER 5. LICENSES.

Article 6. Revocation of License

Section 60181

60181. Grounds for revocation; cause. The board may revoke any of the following licenses:

(a) Any supplier's license held by a person who does not engage in, or who discontinues, the removal, entry, or sale of diesel fuel, producing of blended diesel fuel, owning or holding inventory position of diesel fuel, or owning or operating a refinery or terminal as any of the following:

(1) A blender, as defined in Section 60012.

(2) An enterer, as defined in Section 60013.

(3) A position holder, as defined in Section 60010.

(4) A refiner, as defined in Section 60011.

(5) A terminal operator, as defined in Section 60009.

(6) A throughputter, as defined in Section 60035.

(b) Any interstate user's license held by a person who does not engage in, or who discontinues, using diesel fuel as an "interstate user" as defined in Section 60111.

(c) Any ultimate vendor's license held by a person who does not engage in, or who discontinues, selling undyed diesel fuel as an "ultimate vendor" as defined in Section 60036.

(d) Any exempt bus operator's license held by a person who does not engage in, or who discontinues, using diesel fuel as an "exempt bus operator" as defined in Section 60040.

(e) Any qualified highway vehicle operator's license held by a person who does not engage in, or who discontinues, the delivery of diesel fuel subject to the backup tax into fuel tanks of diesel-powered highway vehicles as a qualified highway vehicle operator as defined in Section 60027.

(f) Any government entity's license held by a government entity that does not engage in, or that discontinues using diesel fuel in, the operation of a diesel-powered highway vehicle upon the state's highways.

History.—Stats. 1995, Ch. 34, in effect June 30, 1995, but operative July 1, 1995, added Subdivision (f). Stats. 1995, Ch. 555, in effect January 1, 1996, substituted "user's" for "trucker's" after "Any interstate" and substituted "user" for "trucker" after "as an interstate" in subdivision (b). Stats. 2001, Ch. 429 (AB 309), in effect January 1, 2002, added "qualified" after "Any", deleted "or end seller's" after "vehicle operator's", added "qualified" after "vehicles as a", and deleted "or as an end seller as defined in Section 60034" after "Section 60027" in subdivision (e).