Copper Chimney, Inc., Appellant, v. State of Florida Department of Revenue, Appellee.

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District Court of Appeal of Florida, Third District.

Copper Chimney, Inc., Appellant, v. State of Florida Department of Revenue, Appellee.

No. 3D16-1549

Decided: April 26, 2017

Before LAGOA, SALTER, and LOGUE, JJ. Kogan Prober, P.A., and Pavel Kogan (Ft. Lauderdale), for appellant. Pamela Jo Bondi, Attorney General, and Ryann E. White (Tallahassee), Assistant Attorney General, for appellee.

Appellant, Copper Chimney, Inc., seeks review of the Department of Revenue's Final Order revoking its Certificate of Registration for failure to remit sales taxes collected from its customers. The appellant argues that his due process rights were violated. “A quasi-judicial hearing generally meets basic due process requirements if the parties are provided notice of the hearing and an opportunity to be heard.” Jennings v. Dade Cty., 589 So. 2d 1337, 1340 (Fla. 3d DCA 1991). Given our review of the record, and under the facts of this case, there was no violation of the appellant's due process rights.

Affirmed.

LOGUE, J.