A Digest of Taxation in the States: Under Three Heads, 1. Mode Or Machinery of Taxation, 2. Standard of Valuation, 3. Property Liable To, and Exempt From, Taxation

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Weed, Parsons, 1863 - Taxation - 267 pages
 

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Page 38 - The court shall examine said list, and if defense (specifying, in writing, the particular cause of objection) be offered by any person interested in any of said lands or lots, to the entry of judgment against the same, the court shall hear and determine the matter in a summary manner, without pleadings, and shall pronounce judgment as the right of the case may be.
Page 208 - ... no person shall be required to include in his statement as a part of the personal property, moneys, credits, investments in bonds, stocks, joint stock companies, or otherwise, which he is required to list, any share or portion of the capital stock or property of any company or corporation, which is required to list or return its capital and property for taxation in this state.
Page 187 - ... no acknowledgment of indebtedness not founded on actual consideration, believed when received to have been adequate, and no such acknowledgment made for the purpose of being so deducted, shall be considered a debt...
Page 207 - All public shool houses and houses used exclusively for public worship, the books and furniture therein, and the grounds attached to such buildings necessary for the proper occupancy, use and enjoyment of the same, and not leased or otherwise used with a view to profit.
Page 126 - ... become due and payable, and the said lien shall extend to each and every part of all tracts or lots of land, or dwelling houses, notwithstanding the same may have been divided or alienated in part.
Page 104 - Provided, that said board shall not reduce the value of the real property of the county below the aggregate value thereof as fixed by the state board of equalization, nor below its aggregate value on the duplicate of the preceding year, to which shall be added the value of all new entries and new structures, over the value of those destroyed, as returned by the several township assessors for the current year.
Page 19 - Every person of full age and sound mind shall list the personal property of which he is the owner, and all moneys in his possession, all moneys invested, loaned or otherwise controlled by him, as agent or attorney, or on account of any other person or persons...
Page 244 - All fire engines and other implements used for the extinguishment of fires, with the buildings used exclusively for the safe keeping thereof, and for the meeting of fire companies, whether belonging to any town, or to any fire company organized therein.
Page 187 - In making up the amount of credits which any person is required to list for himself , or for any other person, company or corporation, he shall be entitled to deduct from the gross amount of credits the amount of all bona fide debts owing by such person, company or corporation, to any other person, company, or corporation, for a consideration received...
Page 25 - ... in the month of May, annually, the amount of the net receipts...

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