§ 105‑241.22. Collection of tax.
The Department may collect a tax in the following circumstances:
(1) When a taxpayer files a return showing an amount due with the return and does not pay the amount shown due. This subdivision does not apply to a consolidated or combined return filed at the request of the Secretary under Part 1 of Article 4 of this Chapter.
(2) When the Department sends a notice of collection after a taxpayer does not file a timely request for a Departmental review of a proposed assessment of tax.
(3) When a taxpayer and the Department agree on a settlement concerning the amount of tax due.
(4) When the Department sends a notice of final determination concerning an assessment of tax and the taxpayer does not file a timely petition for a contested case hearing on the assessment.
(5) When a final decision is issued on a proposed assessment of tax after a contested case hearing.
(6) When the Office of Administrative Hearings dismisses a petition for a contested case for lack of jurisdiction because the sole issue is the constitutionality of a statute and not the application of a statute. (2007‑491, s. 1; 2008‑134, s. 7(a); 2010‑31, s. 31.10(c).)