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Norfolk Southern Railway Company v. Tennessee Department of Revenue et al, No. 3:13-cv-00944 (M.D. Tenn.)
Case Title: Norfolk Southern Railway Company v. Tennessee Department of Revenue et al
Case Type: Civil Case
Court: U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee
Index Number(s): 3:2013cv944, 3:13-cv-00944
Nature of Suit: Other Statutory Actions
Judge: Bernard A. Friedman
Magistrate Judge: Barbara D. Holmes
Case Opened: September 13, 2013
Case Closed May 15, 2017
Docket Entries
Date Filed Dkt # Entry Text
Oct 30, 2013 20 ORDER: Consistent with the consent of the parties for entry of a Preliminary Injunction in the form below, and without prejudice to the claims or defenses of any of the parties to this action, it is hereby ORDERED that the Defendants TENNESSEE DEP ARTMENT OF REVENUE, and RICHARD ROBERTS, in his official capacity as Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Revenue, their agents, managers, supervisors, employees, and those in active concert and/or participation with them who receive actual notice of this Order by publication or otherwise, be and the same are hereby from assessing, levying, and/or collecting sales and use taxes on the purchases and use of diesel fuel by plaintiff Norfolk Southern Railway Company, pending entry of a final unappealable judgment in this case. Within sixty days after entry of a final unappealable judgment in Illinois Central Railroad Company v. Tennessee Department of Revenue and Reagan Farr, Commissioner of Revenue of the State of Tennessee, C ivil No 3:10-0197, which presently is on appeal to the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, No. 13-6348, the parties shall file with this Court a status report indicating what further proceedings are necessary to resolve this case. As a condition of th is Preliminary Injunction, the Plaintiff shall file monthly reports with Defendant Tennessee Department of Revenue reflecting the dollar amount of diesel fuel purchased or used by Plaintiff in Tennessee, pending final resolution of this action. As a further condition of this Preliminary Injunction, if no final unappealable judgment has been entered in this case within thirty months after entry of this Preliminary Injunction, Plaintiff and the Commissioner, consistent with Tenn. Code Ann. & #167; 67-1-1501(b)(5), shall enter an extension of the statute of limitations applicable to the assessment, levy, and collection of sales and use taxes on Norfolk Southern's purchase and use of diesel fuel after October 16, 2013, as set forth in Tenn. Code Ann. ยง 67-1-1501(b), to the date that is one year after entry of a final unappealable judgment in this case. A copy of this Preliminary Injunction shall be served by plaintiff to all affected individuals and entities. The hearing scheduled for October 30, 2013, at 10:00 a.m. is hereby canceled. Signed by District Judge Kevin H. Sharp on 10/30/13. (af)
Document
Aug 23, 2019 31 Main Document
Reopen Case
Sep 5, 2019 33 Main Document
Order on Motion to Reopen Case
Sep 9, 2019 34 Main Document
Order
Sep 23, 2019 36 Main Document
Order
Sep 30, 2019 37 Main Document
Hearing
Oct 2, 2019 38 Main Document
Order on Motion for Hearing
Oct 8, 2019 39 Main Document
Miscellaneous Relief
Oct 24, 2019 40 Main Document
Order on Motion for Miscellaneous Relief

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