A Los Angeles County judge has given the go-ahead to the state’s tax office to enter a cannabis dispensary, which owes more than $718,000, in order to seize cash, but the court limited the number of times the agency can go into the business to collect.
Superior Court Judge Jon R. Takasugi on Friday approved a warrant of entry sought by the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration that will allow it to send officers into TopSpot Whittier to collect “cash and cash equivalents. ” But the tax office will only get three opportunities to collect the more than $718,204 the…
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Published: August 22, 2022
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