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The Anti-Injunction Act

The Anti-Injunction Act

a brief legislative and judicial history of section 7421 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986

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Published by Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Injunctions -- United States,
  • Taxation -- Law and legislation -- United States,
  • Tax protests and appeals -- United States,
  • Tax administration and procedure -- United States,
  • Judicial review of administrative acts -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCRS report for Congress
    StatementJohn R. Luckey
    SeriesReport (Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service) -- no. 87-597 A, Major studies and issue briefs of the Congressional Research Service -- 1987-88, reel 3, fr. 00564
    ContributionsLibrary of Congress. Congressional Research Service
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination8 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15455844M

      There are just two minor points in the book I wanted to address. Sen. Lee writes the individual mandate may not have been subjected to challenge until because the Anti-Injunction Act prevents a tax from being challenged until after the tax is s: The appeals court said the company's action was prohibited by the Anti-Injunction Act. However, the Sixth Circuit viewed the Anti-Injunction Act .

    The Supreme Court ultimately disagreed with Kavanaugh’s Anti-Injunction Act analysis. In , Roberts ruled that Obamacare’s individual mandate functioned as a penalty for purposes of the Anti-Injunction Act—meaning the act did not apply, and the court could proceed to decide the merits of the underlying case—even as he concluded that the mandate functioned as a tax for . 3 The Anti-Injunction Act provides: “A court of the United States may not grant an injunction to stay proceedings in a State court except as expressly authorized by Act of Congress, or where necessary in aid of its jurisdiction, or to protect or effectuate its judgments.” 28 U.S.C. §

    Central to this body of concurrency law, the federal Anti-Injunction Act of (AIA) was enacted to limit the power of the federal courts to enjoin state court proceedings. Justice Felix Frankfurter decisively shaped our understanding of those limits, concluding in Toucey v. The Equitable Anti-Injunction Act. By Hawley, Erin Morrow. Read preview. Academic journal article Notre Dame Law Review. The Equitable Anti-Injunction Act O books; Access to powerful writing and research tools; Article details. Publication: Notre Dame Law Review. Volume/issue: Vol. 90, No. 1.


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Abstract. As Congress gives the Service more tasks to perform beyond its functions of assessing and collecting taxes, courts, practitioners, and academics are struggling to apply the Anti-Injunction Act (AIA) as the Service promulgates procedures in the course of fulfilling these new mandates.

The AIA has its origins in the post-Civil War era when the federal government. THIS CASEBOOK contains a selection of 34 U.

Court of Appeals decisions that analyze and interpret provisions of the Anti-Injunction Act. The selection of decisions spans from to the date of publication. The Anti-Injunction Act limits the power of federal courts to interfere with state court proceedings:Author: LandMark Publications.

Section A of the Tax Code is one of the most controversial provisions of federal law currently on the books. It is the minimum essential coverage provision of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act ("ACA" or "Act")-a provision more popularly known as the individual mandate.

Opponents challenged this provision immediately upon its enactment on Ma Author: Kevin C. Walsh. Abstract. As Congress gives the Internal Revenue Service more tasks to perform beyond its function of assessing and collecting taxes, courts, practitioners, and academics are struggling to apply the Anti-Injunction Act (AIA) as the IRS promulgates procedures in the course of fulfilling new : Leslie Book, Marilyn Ames.

This book describes sound approaches to take for all the major aspects of civil tax litigation, for sui juris litigants, including: Anti-Injunction Act. Full Payment Rule. Statutes of limitations for assessment, collection, and refund.

Notice of Deficiency (NOD) procedures. Tax Court. Elements of. The Tax Anti-Injunction Act, currently codified at 26 U.S.C. §is a United States federal law originally enacted in The statute provides that with 14 specified exceptions, "no suit for the purpose of restraining the assessment or collection of any tax shall be maintained in any court by any person, whether or not such person is the person against whom such tax was assessed".

Anti-Injunction Statute. For reasons unknown, Congress in enacted a statute to prohibit the issuance of injunctions by federal courts to stay state court proceedings Over time, a long list of exceptions to the statutory bar was created by judicial decision, but in Toucey v.

New York Life Ins. Co., the Court in a lengthy opinion by Justice Frankfurter. This brief addresses the Anti-Injunction Act (“AIA”) issue. The AIA issue is the least publicized of the four issues the Court will consider in the coming months.

It is overshadowed by the other three issues: (1) whether the individual mandate (requiring Americans to buy health insurance from private companies for the rest of their lives or pay annual penalties) is constitutional, (2). The Anti-Injunction Act is a U.S.

federal statute enacted in The Act prohibits the federal court from issuing injunctions against proceedings in any state court. The Act aims to eliminate the fear of states over the federal powers.

However, there are exceptional situations where a federal court can grant injunctions. The Anti-Injunction Act and the definition of English common law.

Authors. James P. George, Texas A&M University School of Law Follow. Document Type. Book Section. Publication Year. ISBN. Abstract. The rise of pre-enforcement judicial review under the Administrative Procedure Act fails to illuminate the Anti-Injunction Act’s scope any further.

Hickman and Kerska write that “Congress, in Section of the APA, expressly instructed courts to read the APA and specific statutes like the AIA so as to give maximum effect to both.”.

The Morass of the Anti-Injunction Act: A Review of the Cases and Major Issues Leslie Book and Marilyn Ames As Congress gives the Service more tasks to perform beyond its functions of assessing and collecting taxes, courts, practitioners, and academics are struggling to apply the Anti-Injunction Act (AIA) as the Service promulgates procedures in the course of fulfilling.

the first anti-injunction bill was introduced, tothis was an important question in every Congress. Three times -in, and anti-injunction bills passed one house only to fail in the other. President Roosevelt recommended action to. Anti-Injunction and All Writs Acts themselves.

Part 2 introduces the competing policy concerns of federalism and efficiency, which respectively underlie the Anti-Injunction Act and the All Writs Act.

Part 3 examines the fact patterns of two cases, In re Baldwin-United Corp.9 and In re Diet Drugs Products Liability Litigation,10 which. The Anti-Injunction Act of (AIA or the Act) has never been more important. Originally enacted to expedite the collection of revenue-raising taxes, courts and scholars have for years assumed that the statute imposes a jurisdictional bar on any pre-enforcement challenge to a tax.

The Anti-Injunction Act' generally prohibits a federal court from enjoining proceedings in state courts.2 An exception to the Act, known as the relitigation exception, allows a federal court to issue an injunction to "protect or effectuate its judgments.".

The Anti-Injunction Act and the Individual Mandate Steve R. Johnson Florida State University College of Law Follow this and additional works at: Part of the Constitutional Law Commons, Health Law and Policy Commons, Legislation Commons, Taxation-Federal Commons, and the Tax Law Commons Recommended Citation.

In Florida Bankers, a divided panel of the D.C. Circuit held that the Anti-Injunction Act barred a similar suit challenging the legality of a reporting requirement that the IRS enforced with a tax.

See F.3d at That is because, the court reasoned, the tax is “imposed as a direct consequence of violating the regulation,” and so.

Specifically, the federal Anti-Injunction Act (AIA), 28 U.S.C. §includes three exceptions that empower a federal court to enjoin a state proceeding when necessary to give full effect to a federal right or remedy, or to protect or preserve the federal court's exercise of its jurisdiction or a prior federal judgment.

The anti-injunction statute goes back almost to the beginnings of our history as a Nation. InCongress enacted a law providing that no 'writ of injunction be granted (by any federal court) to stay proceedings in any court of a state.' Act of March 2,1 Stat.

The problem for the Chamber is the pesky Tax Anti-Injunction Act (TAIA), 26 U.S.C. §which reads (in relevant part). In this first of a four-part series on the health reform case before the Supreme Court, Jones & Bartlett Learning author and health policy expert Joel Teitelbaum weighs in on the topic of the Anti-Injunction Act.

During the final week of March, the United States Supreme Court engaged in an historic debate about the meaning and constitutionality of the Patient .Keeping two sets of books on employee hours worked and payment made is sufficient to hold principals liable for an FLSA violation.

The Norris-LaGuardia Act is: a. also known as the Anti-Injunction Act. b. is the National Labor Relations Act. .