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Section 13A-11-246 Applicability. This article shall not apply to any of the following persons
or institutions: (1) Academic and research enterprises that use dogs or cats for medical or
pharmaceutical research or testing. (2) Any owner of a dog or cat who euthanizes the dog or
cat for humane purposes. (3) Any person who kills a dog or cat found outside of the owned
or rented property of the owner or custodian of the dog or cat when the dog or cat threatens
immediate physical injury or is causing physical injury to any person, animal, bird, or silvicultural
or agricultural industry. (4) A person who shoots a dog or cat with a BB gun not capable of
inflicting serious injury when the dog or cat is defecating or urinating on the person's property.
(5) A person who uses a training device, anti-bark collar, or an invisible fence on his or
her own dog or cat or with permission of the owner. (Act 2000-615, p. 1252, ยง7.)... - 1K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 13A-7-29 Criminal littering. (a) A person commits the crime of criminal littering if
he or she engages in any of the following acts: (1) Knowingly deposits in any manner litter
on any public or private property or in any public or private waters without permission to
do so. For purposes of this subdivision, any series of items found in the garbage, trash,
or other discarded material including, but not limited to, bank statements, utility bills,
bank card bills, and other financial documents, clearly bearing the name of a person shall
constitute a rebuttable presumption that the person whose name appears on the material knowingly
deposited the litter. Advertising, marketing, and campaign materials and literature shall
not be sufficient to constitute a rebuttable presumption of criminal littering under this
subsection. (2) Negligently deposits, in any manner, glass or other dangerously pointed or
edged objects on or adjacent to water to which the public has lawful access for... - 6K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 40-8-1 Classification of property; assessment rate. (a) On and after October 1, 1978,
with respect to ad valorem taxes levied by the state, and, unless otherwise provided, with
respect to ad valorem taxes levied by a county, municipality, or other taxing authority other
than the state, all taxable property shall be divided into the following classes and no other
and shall be assessed for ad valorem tax purposes at the following ratios of assessed value
to the fair and reasonable market value of such property, or, as may be provided by law, to
the current use value of such property: CLASS I. All property of utilities used in the business
of such utilities, 30 percent. CLASS II. All property not otherwise classified, 20 percent.
CLASS III. All agricultural, forest, and residential property, and historic buildings and
sites, 10 percent. CLASS IV. All private passenger automobiles and motor trucks of the type
commonly known as "pickups" or "pickup trucks" owned and operated by an... - 9K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 40-9-1 Persons and property generally. The following property and persons shall be
exempt from ad valorem taxation and none other: (1) All bonds of the United States and this
state and all county and municipal bonds issued by counties and municipalities in this state,
all property, real and personal, of the United States and this state and of county and municipal
corporations in this state; all cemeteries, all property, real and personal, used exclusively
for religious worship, for schools or for purposes purely charitable; provided, that property,
real or personal, owned by any educational, religious or charitable institution, society or
corporation let for rent or hire or for use for business purposes shall not be exempt from
taxation, notwithstanding that the income from such property shall be used exclusively for
education, religious or charitable purposes; all mortgages, together with the notes, debts
and credits secured thereby on real and personal property situated in... - 10K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 9-8-25 Powers and duties of districts; performance of work on private lands; acquisition,
etc., of land by public bodies; exemption from taxation. (a) A soil and water conservation
district organized under this article shall constitute a governmental subdivision of this
state and a public body, corporate and politic, exercising public powers, and such district
and the supervisors thereof shall have the following powers, in addition to others granted
in other sections of this article: (1) To carry out preventive and control measures within
the district including, but not limited to, engineering operations, methods of cultivation,
the growing of vegetation, changes in use of land, and other erosion control measures on lands
owned or controlled by this state or any of its agencies with the consent and cooperation
of the agency administering and having jurisdiction thereof and on any other lands within
the district upon obtaining the consent of the owner of such lands or the... - 7K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 11-24-1 Definitions; regulation of lots, streets, drainage, utilities, etc.; developer
to reimburse utility for uneconomical placement. (a) When used in this chapter, the following
words shall have the following meanings: (1) COUNTY. A political subdivision of the state
created by statute to aid in the administration of government. (2) COUNTY COMMISSION. The
chief administrative or legislative body of the county. (3) STREETS. Streets, avenues, boulevards,
roads, lanes, alleys, viaducts, and other roads. (4) SUBDIVISION. The development and division
of a lot, tract, or parcel of land into two or more lots, plats, sites, or otherwise for the
purpose of establishing or creating a subdivision through the sale, lease, or building development.
Development includes, but is not limited to, the design work of lot layout, the construction
of drainage structures, the construction of buildings or public use areas, the planning and
construction of public streets and public roads, and the... - 3K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 20-2-93 Forfeitures; seizures. (a) The following are subject to forfeiture: (1) All
controlled substances which have been grown, manufactured, distributed, dispensed, or acquired
in violation of any law of this state; (2) All raw materials, products, and equipment of any
kind which are used or intended for use in manufacturing, cultivating, growing, compounding,
processing, delivering, importing, or exporting any controlled substance in violation of any
law of this state; (3) All property which is used or intended for use as a container for property
described in subdivision (1) or (2) of this subsection; (4) All moneys, negotiable instruments,
securities, or other things of value furnished or intended to be furnished by any person in
exchange for a controlled substance in violation of any law of this state; all proceeds traceable
to such an exchange; and all moneys, negotiable instruments, and securities used or intended
to be used to facilitate any violation of any law of this... - 8K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 21-7-4 Right of a person with a disability to be accompanied by service animal; liability
for damages; violations. (a) An individual with a disability has the right to be accompanied
by a service animal in all areas of a public accommodation, including a public or private
school, that the public or customers are normally permitted to occupy. (b) A service animal
shall be under the control of its handler and shall have a harness, collar, leash,
or other tether, unless either the handler is unable because his or her disability prevents
him or her from the use of a harness, collar, leash, or other tether, or the use of
a harness, collar, leash, or other tether would interfere with the safe, effective
performance of work or tasks by the service animal, in which case the service animal shall
be otherwise under the control of the handler by means of voice control, signals, or other
effective means. (c)(1) The trainer of a service animal, while engaged in the training of
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Section 40-17-359 Distribution and use of proceeds. (a) For the purpose of this section, the
following terms shall have the meanings ascribed below: (1) BASE ANNUAL COUNTY DISTRIBUTION.
Five hundred fifty thousand dollars ($550,000). (2) COST OF COLLECTION. The amounts from the
proceeds of the highway gasoline tax that may be appropriated by the Legislature to the department
for its operating expenses. (3) COUNTY. Each county in the state. (4) FISCAL YEAR. The fiscal
year of the state. (5) DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION. The Department of Transportation of the
state. (6) HIGHWAY GASOLINE TAX. Both of the following: a. The excise tax levied under subdivision
(1) of subsection (a) of Section 40-17-325, with the exception of those portions of the tax
levied on aviation fuel and marine gasoline. b. The excise tax levied by Sections 40-17-140
to 40-17-155, inclusive, except that portion of the tax imposed on diesel fuel. (7) LOCAL
SUBDIVISIONS' SHARES OF THE NET TAX PROCEEDS. The 55 percent... - 28K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 16-46B-3 Funding for teacher professional learning programs. (a) Subject to appropriation
from the Legislature, funds shall be appropriated to the department and the department shall
allocate those funds to eligible entities to develop and implement teacher professional learning
programs for the required computer science courses and content. (b) For the purposes of this
section, eligible entities shall include high quality computer science professional learning
providers, including institutions of higher education physically located in the state, nonprofits
dedicated to providing high quality computer science professional learning as determined by
the superintendent, and private entities. (c) For the purposes of this section, eligible entities
do not include a local education agency or a consortium of local education agencies. (d) Eligible
uses of funds appropriated for computer science professional learning are as follows: (1)
High quality professional learning for K-12... - 7K - Match Info - Similar pages

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