26 U.S. Code § 7407 - Action to enjoin tax return preparers
A civil action in the name of the United States to enjoin any person who is a tax return preparer from further engaging in any conduct described in subsection (b) or from further action as a tax return preparer may be commenced at the request of the Secretary. Any action under this section shall be brought in the District Court of the United States for the district in which the tax return preparer resides or has his principal place of business or in which the taxpayer with respect to whose tax return the action is brought resides. The court may exercise its jurisdiction over such action (as provided in section 7402(a)) separate and apart from any other action brought by the United States against such tax return preparer or any taxpayer.
A prior section 7407 was renumbered section 7410 of this title.
2007—Pub. L. 110–28, § 8246(a)(2)(I)(i)(I), substituted “tax return preparers” for “income tax return preparers” in section catchline.
Subsec. (a). Pub. L. 110–28, § 8246(a)(2)(I)(i)(II)–(IV), substituted “tax return” for “income tax return” after “with respect to whose”, “tax return preparer” for “income tax preparer” after “district in which the” and after “against such”, and “a tax return preparer” for “an income tax return preparer” in two places.
Subsec. (b). Pub. L. 110–28, § 8246(a)(2)(I)(i)(II), substituted “a tax return preparer” for “an income tax return preparer” in introductory provisions and subpar. (B) of par. (1) and in two places in concluding provisions.
1989—Subsec. (a). Pub. L. 101–239, § 7738(b), substituted “A civil” for “Except as provided in subsection (c), a civil”.
Subsec. (c). Pub. L. 101–239, § 7738(a), struck out subsec. (c) relating to bonds to stay injunctions.
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