Examples of Returns Identified as a Statute ReturnFigure 3.11.14-10 shows three examples of returns identified as a Statute Return.The first example pictured shows the top portion of a completed Form 1041, tax year 2019. The edited tax period 1912 is written in the top right corner of the return. The return is stamped (vertically) Statute Cleared 06-20-20 in the left margin next to Section A Type of entity. CCC W is edited in the middle portion of Line 1. Also pictured, in Section A, the taxpayer checked the Simple Trust box and Fiduciary Code 2 is edited to the right of the box.The second example pictured shows the top portion of a completed Form 1041, tax year 1812. The edited tax period 1812 is written in the top right corner of the return. TC 59X is written vertically in the left margin between Section A Type of entity and B (number of Schedules K-1). CCC W is edited in the middle portion of Line 1. Also pictured, in Section A, the taxpayer checked the Simple Trust box and Fiduciary Code 2 was edited to the right of the box.The third example pictured shows the top portion of a completed Form 1041, tax year 2017. The edited tax period 1712 is written in the top right corner of the return. I.C.S. is written vertically in the left margin of the return next to Section A Type of entity and B (number of Schedules K-1). CCC W is edited in the middle portion of Line 1. Also pictured, in Section A, the taxpayer checked the Simple Trust box and Fiduciary Code 2 was edited to the right of the box.