Hello, and thanks for submitting this question. I will try to assist you today. I am not sure that I grasp the entire scope of your question. One part involves challenging the validity of a deed. Disputes over title to real estate are governed by state law exclusively. Therefore, a suit to void a deed must be filed in the Tyler County District Court. I am not sure what your federal issue is. I am not clear on what that issue is, or why you think the IRS itself would be a party. You mention a 501 c status filing. If you are challenging the authority of a person to act for a corporate entity in filing the application, that would also be a state court issue. If the same parties are involved in both the deed and corporate authority issues, only one state court action would be required.
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I'm certainly satisfied with your answer and will note that ...but to answer your question...
The 501-C and the tax free non profit that was physically set up online, with the IRS, by the excon, making himself "Registered Agent", allowed for 3 years of County taxes to be exempted...and that exemption as a non profit affects federal income tax laws
The federal stipulations of operating with the 501-C, requires that the property can only be transferred to another 501-C with the same agenda, if that "group" dissolves or disbands. So I assumed I would need to file a petition in federal court to remove any tax liability from our family during the time this "group" was responsible for federal taxes.
But the same person WAS involved with both issues and the issue can be addressed with the district court and the final orders, out of court with the IRS... Then I understand and am satisfied... Thank you
You're welcome. But I don't believe that you can sue IRS or anyone to "remove any tax liability from our family during the time this "group" was responsible for federal taxes." Before you spend a lot of time trying to do that, you might check it out with a good tax lawyer. A positive rating would be appreciated.
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