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Section 1569 Deposit and disposition of revenue

Tax (TAX)

1. All taxes, penalties and interest imposed by the designated community under the authority of section fifteen hundred sixty-one of this article, which are collected by the treasurer or his or her agents, shall be deposited in a single trust fund for the designated community and shall be kept in trust and separate and apart from all other monies in possession of the treasurer. Moneys in such fund shall be deposited and secured in the manner provided by section ten of the general municipal law. Pending expenditure from such fund, moneys therein may be invested in the manner provided in section eleven of the general municipal law. Any interest earned or capital gain realized on the moneys so deposited or invested shall accrue to and become part of such fund.

  2. The treasurer shall retain such amount as he or she may determine to be necessary for refunds with respect to the tax imposed by the designated community, under the authority of section fifteen hundred sixty-one of this article, out of which the treasurer shall pay any refunds of such taxes to those taxpayers entitled to a refund pursuant to the provisions of this article.

  3. The treasurer, after reserving such refunds, shall on or before the twelfth day of each month pay to the designated community the taxes, penalties and interest imposed by the designated community under the authority of section fifteen hundred sixty-one of this article, collected by the treasurer, pursuant to this article during the next preceding calendar month. The amount so payable shall be certified to the designated community by the treasurer, who shall not be held liable for any inaccuracy in such certification. Provided, however, any such certification may be based on such information as may be available to the treasurer at the time such certification must be made under this section. Where the amount so paid over to the designated community in any such distribution is more or less than the amount due to the designated community, the amount of the overpayment or underpayment shall be certified to the designated community by the treasurer, who shall not be held liable for any inaccuracy in such certification. The amount of the overpayment or underpayment shall be so certified to the designated community as soon after the discovery of the overpayment or underpayment as reasonably possible and subsequent payments and distributions by the treasurer to such designated community shall be adjusted by subtracting the amount of any such overpayment from or by adding the amount of any such underpayment to such number of subsequent payments and distributions as the treasurer and designated community shall consider reasonable in view of the overpayment or underpayment and all other facts and circumstances.

  4. All monies received from the treasurer shall be deposited in the fund of the designated community, pursuant to section six-s of the general municipal law.