The commissioner shall have power to compromise or cancel any tax in the sum of not
more than fifteen dollars ($15.00), heretofore or hereafter assessed pursuant to the
provisions of subtitle eight of Title 54, and any interest charges or penalties thereon;
provided, an appeal from said tax shall not be pending and said tax shall remain
unpaid for at least one year; and provided, further, that it shall appear to the
commissioner that such tax may not, with due diligence, be collected or that the expense
thereby entailed renders collection of the tax, interest, and penalties impractical.
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