Yangsan-si, Gyeongsangnam-do, which operates a tracking and collection task force (TF) to resolve habitual and large arrears, has taken the knife to a golf course that owes more than 5 billion won in arrears. On the 18th, Yangsan City raided A Golf Course, which has been in arrears with local taxes for four years .The golf course did not pay 5.1 billion won in local taxes from 2020 to this year. The city first asked Korea Asset Management Corporation to auction 1.4 million square metres of the 225 square metres of land owned by the golf course. Then, with the co-operation of the Yangsan Police Department, the city sealed the golf course’s underground water pipes, forcibly towed three vehicles, and checked cash and deposits .The sealing of the golf course’s groundwater pipes makes it difficult to manage the course and use the clubhouse, causing great difficulties in the operation of the golf course. Yangsan City explained that the golf course submitted a payment plan for 1.5 billion won in tax arrears from September last year to February this year, but did not fulfil it properly, showing serious moral hazard .As the amount of tax arrears exceeded 40 billion won (22.8 billion won in local taxes and 17.5 billion won in non-tax revenues) this year, Yangsan City became the first of Gyeongnam’s 18 cities and counties to operate a tracking and collection TF from the 1st of last month. 카지노 All four employees of the TF are special judicial police officers with investigative powers.