Ex. M


     

COLLECTION SUIT

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
__________________ DISTRICT OF __________________

UNITED STATES

    Plaintiff,

    v.

[NAME(S) OF DEFENDANT(S)]

    Defendant(s).
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     Civil No.____________
STIPULATION FOR ENTRY OF JUDGMENT

It is hereby stipulated and agreed that judgment may be entered in favor of the United States and against [name of taxpayer] for the unpaid assessed balance of [specify the type of tax(es) and the tax periods] and related interest and penalties in the amount of $[specify unpaid assessed balance of all tax, penalties, and interest], [plus all penalties accruing under law after the date(s) of assessment ([specify date(s)])], plus interest accruing after the date(s) of assessment ([specify date(s)]) pursuant to 26 U.S.C. Sections 6601, 6621, and 6622, and 28 U.S.C. Section 1961(c) until paid.

    ____________________________________
Attorney for Plaintiff
 
    ____________________________________
[NAME OF COUNSEL FOR DEFENDANT]
[Address of Counsel]

[NOTE: The following should be added at the bottom of the Stipulation if a separate order for judgment is not being used.]

ORDER

IT IS SO ORDERED, this ________ day of ________________, 19____.

    ____________________________________
United States District Judge

REFUND SUIT WITH COUNTERCLAIM OR THIRD-PARTY CLAIM

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
__________________ DISTRICT OF __________________

[NAME(S) OF PLAINTIFF(S)]

    Plaintiff(s),

    v.

UNITED STATES

    Defendant,

[Counterclaim] [Third-Party] Defendant.

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     Civil No.____________

STIPULATION FOR [DISMISSAL AND] ENTRY OF JUDGMENT

[It is hereby stipulated and agreed that the complaint in the above-entitled case be dismissed with prejudice, the parties to bear their respective costs, including any possible attorneys' fees or other expenses of this litigation.]

It is hereby [further] stipulated and agreed that judgment may be entered in favor of the United States, and against the plaintiff, [name of plaintiff] for the unpaid assessed balance of [specify the type of tax(es) and the tax periods] and related interest and penalties in the amount of $[specify unpaid assessed balance of all tax, penalties, and interest], [plus all penalties accruing under law after the date(s) of assessment ([specify date(s)])], plus interest accruing after the date(s) of assessment ([specify date(s)]) pursuant to 26 U.S.C. Sections 6601, 6621, and 6622, and 28 U.S.C. Section 1961(c) until paid [and] that judgment may be entered in favor of the defendant, United States, and against [the] [counterclaim defendant] [third-party defendant] [name of counterclaim defendant or third-party defendant] for the unpaid assessed balance of [specify the type of tax(es) and the tax periods] and related interest and penalties in the amount of $[specify unpaid assessed balance of all tax, penalties, and interest], [plus all penalties accruing under law after the date(s) of assessment ([specify date(s)])], plus interest accruing after the date(s) of assessment ([specify date(s)]) pursuant to 26 U.S.C. Sections 6601, 6621, and 6622, and 28 U.S.C. Section 1961(c) until paid.

    ____________________________________
NAME OF COUNSEL FOR PLAINTIFF(S)
[Address of Counsel]Attorney for Plaintiff(s)
 
    ____________________________________
Attorney for Defendant
 
    ____________________________________
[NAME OF COUNSEL FOR COUNTERCLAIM DEFENDANT OR THIRD-PARTY DEFENDANT
[Address of Counsel]Attorney for [Counterclaim]
[Third-Party] Defendant

[NOTE: The following should be added at the bottom of the Stipulation for Entry of Judgment, if a separate order for judgment is not being used.]

ORDER

IT IS SO ORDERED, this ________ day of ________________, 19____.

    ____________________________________
United States District Judge

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