(1) Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, the department may dispose of tax
records more than 3 years old if the records do not have any further value or as provided
in subsection (3).
(2) Authorization for disposal of tax records must be made by the director of the
department or authorized employees of the department. A copy of the authorization and authenticated list of the records must be maintained
by the department.
(3) The department may dispose of its original tax records after those records have
been reproduced in accordance with rules adopted by the secretary of state in consultation
with the state records committee provided for in 2-6-1107. The department shall maintain the reproduction as the public record. The reproduction or certified copy of the reproduction may be used in place of the
department's original in any court or proceeding and has the same force and effect
as the department's original record.
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