Posted by Common Right Group on September 21, 1997 at 06:01:10:
In Reply to: IRC section 7214/7806 posted by Craig on September 20, 1997 at 13:41:25:
: Please read IRC sections 7214 and 7806. Post any comments or strategies
: that may be developed in conjunction with USC 4 section 72.
: Thank You
Section 7806 APPEARS to say that each chapter and/or part of the IRC stands alone as separate law not tied in any direct or constructive nexus toa any other revenue law (part of the code) except where referred to for explanation of a term used.
This preliminary opinion is just that. Research needs be done via Shepard's into case law, and other sources as to legislative intent and Constitutional construction of the statute, etc.
4 USC 72 gives rise to a grounds upon which to challenge any revenue agent of IRS Officer (or other Treasury agent/officer) for their specific 'express provision of law' to be operating outside the Dist. of Columbia. Should the challenged party fail to due so, they must be given notice to cease and desist such unlawful activities, else suffer the penalties described in 26 USC 7214 (a penalty statute) for violation of the law indicated (such as 4 USC 72, 18 USC 241-242, 18 USC 1001, and others as may be applicable.
If the notice does not effect remedy, Criminal information may be filed with the DOJ. If that is not prosecuted, or after conviction of the offending party(ies), civil remedy under 42 USC 1986, 1985, 1983, etc. may be pursued.
Ok. The above is preliminary and off-the-cuff stuff. but it's a start. Only have a couple of minutes to play with this today as this weekend is tied up in a non-believer's class on litigation. (Non-believers in the present gov'mint [belief] system.)
Common Right Group
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