551 U.S. 587 (2007), 06-157, Hein v. Freedom from Religion Foundation, Inc.
... endorsement of religion and three of its members, brought this suit alleging that petitioners, the directors of the federal offices, violated ... for standing was that the individual respondents are federal taxpayers opposed to Executive Branch use of congressional appropriations for these ...
423 U.S. 161 (1976), 73-1808, Laing v. United States
... to the taxpayer, a jurisdictional prerequisite to a taxpayer's suit in the Tax Court for redetermination of his tax liability, and without ... in each case failed to comply with these requirements, the taxpayers' suits were not barred by the Anti-Injunction Act. Pp. 169-185. ...
- Americans United files suit to stop a string of taxpayer-funded Ariz. Charters from preaching religion.
- Tex. Tax Code § 112.053 - Taxpayer Suit: Parties; Issues
Judicial Watch Files Taxpayer Suit Against Los Angeles County to End Illegal 'Supplemental Judicial Benefits' to Superior Court Judges; 'Double Dipping' by Judges Cost Los Angeles Taxpayers $24,661,923 in 2013.
Judicial Watch announced today that on April 1, 2014, it filed a lawsuit in the Superior Court for the State of California, County of Los Angeles on behalf of Los Angeles taxpayer Harold P. Sturgeon, asking that the court declare unlawful the continu...
Taxpayer Suit Establishes that School Board Policies Have the Force of Law
On July 20, 2016, the Illinois Appellate Court reversed the decision of the circuit court in Veazey v. Rich Township High School District 227, et al. and sent the case back to the circuit court with instruction that Mr. Veazey, a taxpayer in District 227, had the right to sue the Board of Education, along with a former Board member, and a former District employee, to recoup funds that Mr. Veazey...
... Two holdings from the Appellate Court will have importance to Boards of Education going forward: first, it is now clear that taxpayers are empowered to challenge the financial actions of a Board of Education, specifically those financial actions that are alleged to run contrary to ...
- Tex. Tax Code § 112.052 - Taxpayer Suit After Payment Under Protest
- R.C. § 733.59 - Taxpayer's suit
- R.C. § 124.63 - Taxpayer's suit
- R.C. § 309.13 - Taxpayer's suit
283 U.S. 589 (1931), 455, Phillips v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue
... by the federal Act, and not by the state statute of limitations on suits against stockholders. P. 602. 11. One who receives ...
- A.R.S. § 26-2-114 - Taxpayer suit to recover taxes lost by corruption in office
547 U.S. 332 (2006), 04-1704, DaimlerChrysler Corp. v. Cuno
...Pp. 340-354. 1. State taxpayers have no standing under Article III to challenge state tax or [126 S.Ct. ... Plaintiffs filed suit against various state and local officials and DaimlerChrysler in state ...
650 F.3d 717 (D.C. Cir. 2011), 08-5088, Cohen v. United States
... (" IRS" or " the Service" ) created a refund procedure for taxpayers to recoup their money. That procedure, Appellants argue, is unlawful. We ... Multiple corporate taxpayers brought refund suits claiming the excise tax was illegal and several circuits, including this ...
- T.C.A. § 67-5-2415 - Notice to taxpayer of suit
... example, because every taxpayer of a town has an interest in the preservation of an orderly government, many state laws grant individual taxpayers the right to sue town officers, boards, or commissions to recover money that has been wrongfully spent. ...
454 U.S. 464 (1982), 80-327, Valley Forge Christian College v. Americans United
... separation of church and State and several of its employees, brought suit in Federal District Court, challenging the conveyance on the ground that ... on the ground that respondents lacked standing to sue as taxpayers under Flast v. Cohen , 392 U.S. 83, and failed to allege any actual ...
- Okla. Stat. tit. 62, § 373 - Taxpayer May Institute Suit on Failure of Officers
307 U.S. 433 (1939), 7, Coleman v. Miller
...Garnett, supra, qualified voters in the State of Maryland brought suit in the state court to have the names of certain women stricken from the ... of Columbia) of a suit by citizens of the United States, taxpayers, and members of a voluntary association organized to support the ...
662 F.3d 1182 (11th Cir. 2011), 10-14630, Christian Coalition of Florida, Inc. v. United States
...(" CC-FL" ) appeals the district court's dismissal of its tax refund suit for mootness. Shortly after the litigation began, the Internal Revenue ... to the Declaratory Judgment Act, has expressly forbidden taxpayers from bringing. I. CC-FL is a Florida ...
362 U.S. 145 (1958), 492, Flora v. United States
... more readily be construed to require payment of the full tax before suit" than to permit suit for recovery of a part payment. Pp. 148-151. \xC2"...Pp. 167-175. (g) Requiring taxpayers to pay assessments in full before suing in a District Court will not ...
512 F.2d 882 (9th Cir. 1975), 73-2140, Rockwell v. C. I. R.
... of Internal Revenue, 9 Cir., 1971, 442 F.2d 606, 608 (taxpayers presented evidence that their lodgings were provided as a requirement of ... to the Tax Court for redetermination of a deficiency, a taxpayer's suit for a refund in the district court, or a suit by the Commissioner in the ...
392 U.S. 83 (1968), 416, Flast v. Cohen
... Syllabus. Appellant taxpayers allege that federal funds have been disbursed by appellee federal ...There is no absolute bar in Art. III of the Constitution to suits by federal taxpayers challenging allegedly unconstitutional federal taxing ...
418 U.S. 166 (1974), 72-885, United States v. Richardson
... Respondent, as a federal taxpayer, brought this suit for the purpose of obtaining a declaration of unconstitutionality of the ... Court had announced a constitutional doctrine barring suits by taxpayers challenging federal expenditures as unconstitutional, or simply a policy ...
- MCL 129.61 - Misappropriation of public moneys; suit by taxpayer