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(Solved) : explain why the case Quill Corp. vs North Dakota in 1992

explain why the case Quill Corp. vs North Dakota in 1992 has been so important to sales & use tax legislation.

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In Quill Corp. v. North Dakota, the Supreme Court ruled that a business must have a physical presenc

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