26 U.S. Code Part I - PENALTY, SEIZURE, AND FORFEITURE PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO DISTILLING, RECTIFYING, AND DISTILLED AND RECTIFIED PRODUCTS
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- § 5601. Criminal penalties
- § 5602. Penalty for tax fraud by distiller
- § 5603. Penalty relating to records, returns and reports
- § 5604. Penalties relating to marks, brands, and containers
- § 5605. Penalty relating to return of materials used in the manufacture of distilled spirits, or from which distilled spirits may be recovered
- § 5606. Penalty relating to containers of distilled spirits
- § 5607. Penalty and forfeiture for unlawful use, recovery, or concealment of denatured distilled spirits, or articles
- § 5608. Penalty and forfeiture for fraudulent claims for export drawback or unlawful relanding
- § 5609. Destruction of unregistered stills, distilling apparatus, equipment, and materials
- § 5610. Disposal of forfeited equipment and material for distilling
- § 5611. Release of distillery before judgment
- § 5612. Forfeiture of taxpaid distilled spirits remaining on bonded premises
- § 5613. Forfeiture of distilled spirits not closed, marked, or branded as required by law
- § 5614. Burden of proof in cases of seizure of spirits
- § 5615. Property subject to forfeiture
A prior part I consisted of sections 5601 to 5650, prior to the general revision of this chapter by Pub. L. 85–859, title II, § 201,Sept. 2, 1958, 72 Stat. 1313.
1984—Pub. L. 98–369, div. A, title IV, § 454(c)(11)(B), (12)(C),July 18, 1984, 98 Stat. 822, struck out “stamps,” in item 5604, and substituted “closed” for “stamped” in item 5613.
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