Texas Attorney General Opinion: O-472 Page: 1 of 3
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OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF TEXAS
GrALD C. MANN
Vf U----t laroh 28, 1939
Mr. I. J. Burns
Dear Sir: .
Opinion No. 0- 472
Ret Refundinby\tho county ofoter
vehicle registration fees.
With further reference to yourw letter and
brief of Marh 8th, kindly be advise that this Depart-
ment has considered your. request for-an opinion as con-
tained therein. :e wish t& thhnk. ou for the able
brief which you submitted ands.same has been of consi-
derable help to s upon\the quasetiozs involved.
Aoord$g t,\thefaots as appearing from
your brief, the .rady F1ight Lines, -a truokine concern,
at the beginnlg '. the. catet year .for .reistration
of their truokV patd liepneefees on-each-truck and
were tSaUd plat ifl Z5pata/ounty, Texasc.. Permit us
to quote ftgm your Prie We .following as to additional
* " fit the date of such registration
and at the istanoe of the State Highway
Patrol, tis trucking concern by and through
its representati, C. B. hitehead, of Brady,
and on October 10, 1938, re-registered these
twenty-one trucks with the Tax Collector of
~o cullOoh County, Texas, a county through whoah
the canon carrier route extended, paying for
a full year registration on each truck and an
additional 20% penalty for havin failed to
register sucoh trucks within the time proved
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