1943 Book 1 Texas Attorney General Reports and Opinions 1 (1943)

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OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF TEXAS
AUSTIN

GIMALD C. MANN
ATTORNIY GENERAL

Ron. George H. She& [rd
Comptroller of P0ti0 AeoUtS
Astin, Texas
Dear Sir:
Opiaioa No. 0-5012
flea  Appliesl  ty
Tour letter of Ders.    5,o1
of this, iepartnat In rq4to
applistion of the prov8ot    of      al
aMded by Acts 1941   7%t Le#k   V.
eolitieS as Article      a    k.NQ. S.

The fe
Risked subsequent

to1t

I, requests the opilion
ar eonstruation te
7060. 0. S. as
t     ift, Art. , see. I,
ot Article 7073,R.0.S.
tter sad th tile tur-
lon:

or' pla                  Louoj Sta   approved b1 the Socuri-
ties Am4    bgeo aiss      a p   Iat to the provls ons ot the
Ptgble  0 9       di  CoAs% of 193r,. ou subnId1-y
corpora  o  o  on      ding eospay tissolved and trwnsferred
*. of    *I  prope eLte     a mew corporation, all of the stock
of Which  or   ation    a issue  to the holding soapany.  This
treasoetto     to  pl 0    December 31. 1942. The businesses
of .11 four    t,   I  olved corporations were operated by them
during the per     f' hn Ootober 1, 1942, through Deoember 31,
1942.  The new a     ration began the operation of all of such
buinesses ou January 1, 194)3. Te nature of the business Is
saeh that it is subjeet to the pross receipts tax levied by
Article 7060, V. j. C. S.

NO COMMU1ICATtON IS TO SE CONSTRUEO AS A DEPARTMENTAL OPINION UNLESS APPROVED BY THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OR FIRST ASSISTANT

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