The filing of the action in the federal court assuming service is effected within 120 days of the filing tolls the statute of limitations.
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THIS IS NOT THE QUESTIONS THAT WAS ASKED..
READ THE QUESTIONS AGAIN, it has to do with specifics.
Issues involved are:
in rem litigation by the IRS in the State of Florida
when is suit effective, time of filing or time of service/publication?
SO FAR NOT SATISFIED WITH RESPONSE
The suit is effective on filing. If service is not made within 120 days then the suit has to be refiled. This is the answer to the question you asked of when the suit is effective.
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