Extracts from the Constitution and Laws of Oregon Relating to Assessment and Taxation, Published by Authority of the Board of Tax Commissioners of Oregon (Google eBook)
W.H. Byars, 1885 - 32 pages
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Page 4 - Every person shall be assessed in the town or ward where he resides when the assessment is made, for all personal estate owned by him, including all personal estate in his possession or under his control as agent, trustee, guardian, executor or administrator, and in no case shall property so held under either of those trusts, be assessed against any other person...
Page 18 - The collector shall give public notice of the time and place of sale, and of the property to be sold, at least six days previous to the sale, by advertisements to be posted up in at least three public places in the town where such sale shall be made.
Page ii - The General Assembly shall provide by law for a uniform and equal rate of assessment and taxation ; and shall prescribe such regulations as shall secure a just valuation for taxation of all property, both real and personal, excepting such only for municipal, educational, literary, scientific, religious or charitable purposes, as may be specially exempted by law.
Page 8 - ... make a solemn declaration of the particulars required to be known touching the birth of such child, according to the best of his or her knowledge and belief, and it shall thereupon...
Page ii - The general assembly shall provide for raising revenue, sufficient to defray the expenses of the State, for each year, and also a sufficient sum to pay the interest on the State debt.
Page 11 - Where a person is assessed as trustee, guardian, executor or administrator, he shall be assessed as such, with the addition to his name of his representative character, and such assessment shall be carried out in a separate line from his individual assessment; and he shall be assessed for the value of the real estate held by him in such representative character, at...
Page 3 - The personal property of all literary, benevolent, charitable, and scientific institutions, incorporated within this state, and such real estate belonging to such institutions as shall be actually occupied for the purposes for which they were incorporated; 4. All houses of public worship, and the lots on which they are situated...
Page 25 - If a tax upon real property shall have been collected of any occupant or tenant, and any other person, by agreement or otherwise, ought to pay such tax, or any part thereof, such occupant or tenant shall be entitled to recover, by action, the amount which such person ought to have paid ; or to retain the same from any rent due or accruing from him to such person for the land so taxed.