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Chuck E. Cheese

Chuck E. Cheese restaurant chain is not entitled to a $2.4 million refund for state taxes paid on purchases of gaming restaurants, an appeals court in Texas ruled. Customers do not have “control” or “possession” over the coin-operated gaming equipment, so the company is not entitled to the “sale-for-resale” exemption refund.

AUSTIN, Texas – The Chuck E. Cheese restaurant chain is not entitled to a $2.4 million refund for state taxes paid on purchases of gaming equipment, an appeals court in Texas ruled. Customers do not have “control” or “possession” over the coin-operated gaming equipment, so the company is not entitled to the “sale-for-resale” exemption refund.

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