RE: Re-seller’s certificate and copy of seller’s permit request

Dear Valued Customer:

In compliance with sales and use tax laws, it is necessary that we have a signed California Resale Certificate and a copy of your active Seller’s Permit on our file. We have attached a form for you to fill up. Kindly fax the form back at (323) 769-4855 together with a copy of your active Seller’s Permit or mail the forms to –

Neuberg & Neuberg Importers Group, Inc.
6001 Santa Monica Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90038 USA

Failure to do so would result to sales tax charges on your future orders.

Thank you for your kind cooperation and prompt response.



California Resale Certificate

  • 1. I hold valid seller's permit number:
  • 2. I am engaged in the business of selling the following type of tangible personal property:
  • 3. This certificate is for the purchase from Neuberg & Neuberg Importers Group, Inc. (dba names Framing Fabrics, Easy Leaf Products, Gold Leaf and Metallic Powders, Euro Linens West and Neuberg Ebel Importers) of item(s) I have listed in paragraph 5 below.
  • 4. I will resell the item(s) listed in paragraph 5, which I am purchasing under this resale certificate in the form of tangible personal property in the regular course of my business operations, and I will do so prior to making any use of the item(s) other than demonstration and display while holding the item(s) for sale in the regular course of my business. I understand that if I use the item(s) purchased under this certificate in any manner other than as just described, I will owe use tax based on each item’s purchase price or as otherwise provided by law.
  • 5. Description of property to be purchased:
  • 6. I have read and understand the following:
    For Your Information: A person may be guilty of a misdemeanor under Revenue and Taxation Code section 6094.5 if the purchaser knows at the time of purchase that he or she not resell the purchased item prior to any use (other than retention, demonstration, or display while holding it for resale) and he or she furnishes a resale certificate to avoid payment to the seller of an amount of tax. Additionally, a person misusing a resale certificate for a personal gain or to evade the payment of tax is liable, for each purchase, for the tax that would have been due, plus a penalty of 10 percent of the tax or $ 500, whichever is more.