(1) When the claimant agency receives a protest or application in writing from a taxpayer
within thirty (30) days of the notice issued by the commission, the claimant agency
shall set a date to hear the protest and give notice to the taxpayer by registered
or certified mail of the date so set. The time and place of such hearing shall be designated in such notice and the date
set shall not be less than fifteen (15) days from the date of such notice. If, at hearing, the sum asserted as due and owing is found not to be correct, an
adjustment to the claim may be made. The claimant agency shall give notice to the debtor of its final determination as
provided in subsection (3) of this section.
(2) No issues shall be reconsidered at the hearing which have been previously litigated.
(3) If any debtor is dissatisfied with the final determination made at the hearing
by the claimant agency, he may appeal the final determination to the circuit court
of the county in which the main office of the claimant agency is located by filing
notice of appeal with the administrative head of the claimant agency and with the
clerk of the circuit court of the county to which the appeal shall be taken within
thirty (30) days from the date notice of final determination was given by the claimant
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