Form ST-A-100 "Affidavit Regarding Purchases of Aircraft Parts" - Maine

What Is Form ST-A-100?

This is a legal form that was released by the Maine Department of Administrative and Financial Services - a government authority operating within Maine. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

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  • Released on August 1, 2011;
  • The latest edition provided by the Maine Department of Administrative and Financial Services;
  • Easy to use and ready to print;
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MAINE REVENUE SERVICES
SALES, FUEL & SPECIAL TAX DIVISION
AFFIDAVIT REGARDING PURCHASES OF AIRCRAFT PARTS
I present this affidavit to _________________________________ and certify
under penalty of perjury that purchases made by me are repair or replacement parts
to be used exclusively in the following aircraft:
Make: _____________________
Model: ____________________
Year: _____________________
I believe these purchases are exempt from Maine sales and use tax under 36 MRSA
§ 1760, sub-§88-A. I understand that I assume full liability for payment to the
State of Maine of any use taxes, together with penalties and interest, that may later
be determined to be due on any purchases covered by this affidavit because of a
taxable use of the property.
_______________________________________________
___________________________
NAME OF PURCHASER
DATE
_________________________________
________________________
___________
_____________
ADDRESS
CITY
STATE
ZIP
_________________________________
_______________________________________
SIGNATURE
TITLE
NOTICE TO RETAILERS: This affidavit is to be retained in the records of the seller to document the qualification
of exemption of any sale claimed exempt under 36 M.R.S.A. § 1760, sub§ 88-A. Retailers making exempt sales
covered by this certificate must appropriately mark or stamp all invoices to indicate whether they are exempt sales.
This affidavit must be taken in good faith by the seller. The good faith of the seller will be questioned if the seller
knows, or has reason to know, that the person making the purchase will not be using the goods for the intended
purpose.
ST-A-100
08/01/11
MAINE REVENUE SERVICES
SALES, FUEL & SPECIAL TAX DIVISION
AFFIDAVIT REGARDING PURCHASES OF AIRCRAFT PARTS
I present this affidavit to _________________________________ and certify
under penalty of perjury that purchases made by me are repair or replacement parts
to be used exclusively in the following aircraft:
Make: _____________________
Model: ____________________
Year: _____________________
I believe these purchases are exempt from Maine sales and use tax under 36 MRSA
§ 1760, sub-§88-A. I understand that I assume full liability for payment to the
State of Maine of any use taxes, together with penalties and interest, that may later
be determined to be due on any purchases covered by this affidavit because of a
taxable use of the property.
_______________________________________________
___________________________
NAME OF PURCHASER
DATE
_________________________________
________________________
___________
_____________
ADDRESS
CITY
STATE
ZIP
_________________________________
_______________________________________
SIGNATURE
TITLE
NOTICE TO RETAILERS: This affidavit is to be retained in the records of the seller to document the qualification
of exemption of any sale claimed exempt under 36 M.R.S.A. § 1760, sub§ 88-A. Retailers making exempt sales
covered by this certificate must appropriately mark or stamp all invoices to indicate whether they are exempt sales.
This affidavit must be taken in good faith by the seller. The good faith of the seller will be questioned if the seller
knows, or has reason to know, that the person making the purchase will not be using the goods for the intended
purpose.
ST-A-100
08/01/11