Thursday, May 17, 2012
Ind. Decisions - Supreme Court lets Tax Court decison in Garwood v. State stand [Updated]
A week ago, on May 10th, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in Indiana Department of State Revenue v. Virginia Garwood, et al.
Today the Supreme Court announced its 5-0 decision:
AFTER FURTHER REVIEW, INCLUDING ORAL ARGUMENT, THE COURT HAS DETERMINED THAT REVIEW WAS IMPROVIDENTLY GRANTED.Here is a long list of earlier entries on this case.
ACCORDINGLY, THE ORDER GRANTING REVIEW IS VACATED.
THE REVIEW PETITION FILED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE REVENUE IS DENIED. PURSUANT TO APPELLATE RULE 63(N), LITIGATION BETWEEN THE PARTIES IN THIS COURT IS AT AN END.
THE CLERK IS DIRECTED TO CERTIFY THIS APPEAL AS FINAL.
BRENT E. DICKSON, CHIEF JUSTICE
ALL JUSTICES CONCUR.
(ORDER REC'D. 5/16/12 AT 11:15 AM) ENTERED 5/17/12 KM
[Updated 5/20/12] Here is a copy of the above in the form of a one-page published order.