(a) Any unpaid tax due shall constitute a debt of the taxpayer to the Town, and the Finance Director or Town Manager may direct the Town Attorney to file a civil action to collect such taxes due.
(b) The return filed by a taxpayer or the notice of assessment issued by the Finance Director shall be prima facie proof of the tax due.
(c) If a judgment is obtained by the Town, collection of the tax due may be made by attachment, garnishment or other means established by law. When attachment is sought, no bond shall be required of the Finance Director, nor shall any sheriff require of the Finance Director an indemnity bond for executing the writ of attachment or writ of execution upon any judgment. (Ord. 1263, 2007)