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Section: Effect of definitions on treaties, compacts, or agreements

Statute: 54:44-3

54:44-3. As an additional or alternative remedy, the director may issue a certificate to the Clerk of the Superior Court that any person is indebted under this subtitle in an amount named in the certificate and thereupon the clerk to whom the certificate shall have been issued shall immediately enter upon his record of docketed judgments the name of such person as defendant, and of the State as plaintiff, the amount of the debt so certified, a short name of the tax, and the date of making the entries. The making of the entries shall have the same force and effect as the entry of a docketed judgment in the office of such clerk, and the director shall have all of the remedies and may take all of the proceedings for the collection thereof which may be had or taken upon the recovery of a judgment in an action but without prejudice to the taxpayer's right of appeal. Every person who shall be licensed to manufacture, distribute, transport, store, warehouse, import, offer for sale or sell alcoholic beverages, or to sell warehouse receipts, receipts, certificates, contracts or other documents given upon the storage of alcoholic beverages, under any law of this State shall, by the acceptance of such license, be deemed to have consented to the procedure set forth in this section. Amended 1938,c.319,s.11(title amended 1941,c.267); 1953,c.51,s.163; 1991,c.91,s.517.

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