In Re: In the Matter of the Tax Liabilities of John Does, Featured Case

Case Number: 5:2005mc00034
Filed: March 4, 2005
Court: New York Northern District Court
Office: Syracuse Office
County: Albany
Presiding Judge: Norman A. Mordue
Referring Judge: David E. Peebles
Nature of Suit: Other

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Date Filed#Document Text
March 7, 2005 4 Opinion or Order of the Court
ORDER granting 1 Motion Issue/serve IRS summons; It is ordered that the IRS, through an authorized agent, may issue and servean IRS "John Doe" summons upon the Bank of New York Trust Co., in substantially the form as attached to the petition as Exhibit A; The IRS, through an authorized agent, may issue/serve summonses on any indiv./entity who resides in, or is found in the jurisdiction of this COurt that the IRS determines to be a paying agent w/ respect to the bonds known as the City of New Orleans, Louisiana, $75,205,000, refunding certificates of indebtness, series 1998B or a nominee, or other trustee bondholder who is holding these bonds for the beneficial Owners; A copy of this order shall be served w/ summons and w/ any subsequent summonses. Signed by Judge Norman A. Mordue on 3/7/05. (kcl, )
March 4, 2005 3
DECLARATION OF KAREN WOZNIAK in Support re 1 EX PARTE PETITION/MOTION For Leave to Serve an Administrative John Doe Summons. Filed by In Re: In the Matter of the Tax Liabilities of: John Does. (alh)

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