SECTION 1. Notwithstanding any law, special law or regulation to the contrary, there shall be an amnesty for any real or corporate person, trust or trustee whose income for income tax purposes derived from the seasonal rental of any dwelling unit including, but not limited to apartments, single or multiple family housing, cottages, condominiums, bed and breakfasts and time share units or any other such temporary occupancy not currently defined in chapter 64G of the General Laws that went unreported or under reported prior to the effective date of this act.
“Seasonal rental” is defined as occupancy for a price to be paid and intended at the time of contract to be for a period of ninety consecutive days or less regardless of whether such use and possession is as a lessee, tenant, guest or licensee.
This amnesty period shall be available only to real or corporate person, trust or trustee who received income from the seasonal rental of any dwelling unit prior to the effective date of this act and who reports such income beginning with the first income tax reporting period following the effective date of this act and either any home rule petition extending the room occupancy taxes to seasonal rentals or An Act providing for local aid enhancement filed during the 2015-2016 session of the legislature..
SECTION 2. This act shall take effect on its passage.
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