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California Code, Revenue and Taxation Code - RTC § 19710

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If a taxpayer fails to file a return within 60 days after the Franchise Tax Board issues a notice and demand for the return, the Franchise Tax Board may petition the court for a writ of mandate to require the taxpayer to file a return.  The judgment shall include costs in favor of the prevailing party.

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