Analysis of the Laws Affecting Municipal and County Finances and Taxation

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Commission for the Survey of Municipal Financing of New Jersey, 1918 - Local finance - 124 pages
 

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Page 105 - Indebtedness incurred for the construction or reconstruction of dikes, bulkheads, jetties or other devices . . . intended to prevent the encroachment of the sea, including the improvement to restore property damaged by the...
Page 34 - December following, and a further appropriation for general purposes in such amount as the governing body of such municipality or county may determine, and to raise by taxation such moneys, as, with the revenues...
Page 119 - The bonds issued must be designated School Bonds. They shall fall due in annual installments, the interest rate shall not exceed 6 per centum, the first installment shall fall due not more than two years from the date of issue, and no installment shall be more than 50% in excess of the amount of the smallest prior...
Page 48 - ... (c) After the lawful expenditures under the appropriations for the year have been met, and the Tax Anticipation Notes or Bonds, and the Emergency Notes or Bonds, falling due in the year of issue have been paid or retired, the receipts of all delinquent tax revenues of any fiscal year shall be set aside and applied to the retirement of the Tax Revenue Notes or Bonds of that year, until all notes or bonds issued against the delinquent tax revenues of that year are paid; provided...
Page 35 - ... the assessors or officers shall, within five days after being so notified of such franchise tax, deliver, or cause to be delivered, to each person, co-partnership, association or corporation taxable under the provisions of this act, and to the collector of taxes of such taxing district, a statement in writing showing the amount of such franchise tax so ascertained, which shall become due at the time and place when and where other taxes are due and payable in such taxing district, and the tax...
Page 68 - ... the sale, or thereafter within the time limited by said notice, or in case no notice is given, if there shall be no redemption within twenty years after the purchaser has entered into open possession since continued under the sale, then the right of redemption shall be barred...
Page 28 - Sec. 335 provided. The proceedings for such recount shall be conducted and the result thereof determined in the same manner and with the same force and effect as in said section provided, and the provisions thereof shall control in all matters pertaining to such proceedings so far as they may be applicable thereto.
Page 69 - ... is valid and the tax, assessment or other municipal charge, or any part thereof, is justly due, no sale shall be set aside, except on condition that the amount due shall be paid to the municipality for the use of the holder of the certificate of sale by the person applying to set it aside. Where the sale shall be set aside, the municipality shall refund to the purchaser the price paid by him on the sale, with lawful interest, upon his assigning to the municipality the certificate of sale and...
Page 47 - ... taxes levied by the taxing district become delinquent until the said railroad and canal taxes are received by the collector -or other proper officer of the taxing district. Loans of this class shall be evidenced by the issue of "Tax Revenue Notes...
Page 66 - ... land in question; and the treasurer is authorized to receive such proportion of taxes, interest, costs and penalties so established to be due, as aforesaid. The Register of the State Land Office, upon production of the treasurer's receipt evidencing the payment of such proportion, shall forthwith execute and deliver to the person redeeming a certificate of redemption, which, when duly recorded in the conveyance office of the parish wherein the redeemed property is located, with the name of the...

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