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Senate 0016: Relating to Ad Valorem Tax/Local Government ------------------------------------------------------------------

S16      GENERAL BILL by Lynn  (Compare H 7249)
Ad Valorem Tax/Local Government; provides that local government may not
participate in receiving revenues from local government half-cent sales
tax in given year if government levies millage rate in excess of rate
calculated as specified; requires that instructions for calculating such
maximum millage be included on form on which property appraiser
certifies to each taxing authority taxable value within taxing
authority's jurisdiction. Amends 218.63, 200.065. EFFECTIVE DATE:
07/01/2006.
03/07/06 SENATE Filed
03/22/06 SENATE Introduced, referred to Community Affairs; Government
                  Efficiency Appropriations; General Government Appropriations;
                  Ways and Means -SJ 00278
05/05/06 SENATE Died in Committee on Community Affairs


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S 0016 03/07/2006 Web Page | PDF

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Citations - Statute


0200.065
0218.63


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