Comeaux v. USA

Plaintiff: Mark C Comeaux
Defendant: USA
Case Number: 6:2010cv00889
Filed: June 3, 2010
Court: Louisiana Western District Court
Office: Lafayette Office
County: Lafayette
Presiding Judge: Tucker L Melancon
Nature of Suit: Taxes (US Plaintiff or Defendant)
Cause of Action: 26:6532
Jury Demanded By: None

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March 1, 2013 63 Opinion or Order of the Court MEMORANDUM RULING granting plaintiff's motion for summary judgment. The Court further finds that the IRS' request for relief under Rule56(b) should be denied.Accordingly, the plaintiff, Mark C. Comeaux, is entitled to a refund of the divisible portion of the assessment which he paid to the IRS and an abatement of any and all TFRPs assessed against him by the IRS. (crt,Brazell, G)

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Plaintiff: Mark C Comeaux
Represented By: Louis M Phillips
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