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Section 45-39-245.41 Authorization of levy of sales tax. (a) The governing body of the county
is hereby authorized to levy and impose in the county, in addition to all other taxes of every
kind now imposed by law, and to collect as herein provided, a privilege or license tax upon
every person, firm, or corporation, including the State of Alabama and its Alcoholic Beverage
Control Board in the sale of alcoholic beverages of all kinds, the University of Alabama,
Auburn University, and all other institutions of higher learning in the state, whether such
institutions be denominational, state, county, or municipal institutions, and any association
or other agency or instrumentality of any such institution, that is both of the following:
(1) Engaged or continuing within the county in the business of selling at retail any tangible
personal property whatsoever, including merchandise and commodities of every kind and character,
not including, however, bonds or other evidences of debts or... - 3K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 40-9F-32 Procedures for rehabilitation of qualified structures; tax credits; review;
audit; fees; report to Legislature. (a) The commission shall develop standards for the approval
of the substantial rehabilitation of qualified structures for which a tax credit is sought.
The standards shall take into account whether the substantial rehabilitation of a qualified
structure is consistent with the historic character of the structure or of the Registered
Historic District in which the property is located. (b) Prior to beginning any substantial
rehabilitation work on a qualified structure, the owner shall submit an application and rehabilitation
plan to the commission and an estimate of the qualified rehabilitation expenditures under
the rehabilitation plan; provided, however, that the owner, at its own risk, may incur qualified
rehabilitation expenditures no earlier than six months prior to the submission of the application
and rehabilitation plan that are limited to architectural,... - 10K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 45-23-140 Fire protection program. (a) The County Commission of Dale County is authorized,
when the need exists, to provide protection against forest fires in Dale County by participating
in the Alabama Forestry Commission's fire protection program in the manner hereinafter specified.
(b)(l) After the Dale County Commission has determined that such a need does exist in Dale
County, the county commission may, in the manner hereinafter specified, provide for a financial
charge or tax to be paid by the owners of forest lands located in Dale County for use of the
land for timber growing purposes amounting to the whole or any part of the cost of such fire
protection program, but not in excess of ten cents ($0.10) per acre, provided such financial
charge or tax is not greater than the benefit accruing to such forest lands due to availability
of such fire protection. (2) "Forest lands" as used in this section, shall mean
any land which supports a forest growth, or which under... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 11-50A-8 Powers of the authority. In addition to other powers granted the authority
by this chapter, it shall have all powers consistent with the purposes of the authority as
set forth in Section 11-50A-3, which are necessary or convenient to carry out and effectuate
the purposes and provisions of this chapter, including, but without limiting the generality
of the foregoing, the following enumerated powers, which shall be exercised by the authority
consistently with the provisions of Section 11-50A-3: (1) To sue and be sued and to prosecute
and defend in any court having jurisdiction of the subject matter and of the parties thereto;
(2) To adopt and alter a corporate seal; (3) To make and alter at pleasure all needful bylaws,
rules, and regulations for the transaction of its business and the control of its property
and affairs; (4) To have the same right of eminent domain through condemnation conferred by
Section 10-5-1, or any subsequent statute of similar import; provided... - 13K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 24-1-22 Definitions. The following terms, wherever used or referred to in this article,
shall have the following respective meanings, unless a different meaning clearly appears from
the context: (1) AUTHORITY or HOUSING AUTHORITY. A public body organized as a body corporate
and politic in accordance with the provisions of this article for the purposes, with the powers
and subject to the restrictions set forth. (2) CITY. Any city or incorporated town in the
State of Alabama. (3) COUNCIL. The legislative body, council, board of commissioners or other
body charged with governing the city. (4) CITY CLERK and MAYOR. The clerk, and the mayor or
president of the board of commissioners, respectively, of the city or the officers thereof
charged with the duties customarily imposed on the clerk and mayor respectively. (5) COMMISSIONER.
One of the members of an authority appointed in accordance with the provisions of this article.
(6) GOVERNMENT. Such term shall include the state and... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 40-22-2 Mortgages, deeds of trust, etc., generally. No mortgage, deed of trust, contract
of conditional sale, or other instrument of like character which is given to secure the payment
of any debt which conveys any real or personal property situated within this state or any
interest therein or any security agreement or financing statement provided for by the Uniform
Commercial Code, except a security agreement or a financing statement relating solely to security
interests in accounts, contract rights, or general intangibles, as such terms are defined
in the Uniform Commercial Code, and except for the re-recordation of corrected mortgages,
deeds, or instruments executed for the purpose of perfecting the title to real or personal
property, specifically, but not limited to, corrections of maturity dates thereof, shall be
received for record or for filing in the office of any probate judge of this state unless
the following privilege or license taxes shall have been paid upon such... - 16K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 41-10-44.3 Additional powers of authority. In addition to the powers granted to it
in Section 41-10-26 and in Sections 41-10-37 through 41-10-43, the authority shall have the
following powers: (1) To adopt and alter bylaws for the regulation and conduct of its affairs
and business; (2) To borrow money and to issue project obligations, whether or not the interest
thereon is excluded from gross income for federal income tax purposes, for the purpose of
financing project costs, and to provide for the rights of the purchasers, holders or owners
of its project obligations; (3) To execute and deliver mortgages, security agreements and
trust indentures and other forms of agreements for the purpose of securing its project obligations,
and in connection therewith, to mortgage, pledge or assign the revenues, receipts and other
property of the authority received, and the financing agreements entered into by the authority
in connection with, the financing of projects under this Article 2A;... - 5K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 40-7-25.1 Current use value of Class III property - Definition; appraisal of property
at request of owner; legislative intent; applicability of section; method of valuation; factors
considered in appraisal; rules and regulations of Department of Revenue; hearing objections.
(a) For ad valorem tax years beginning on and after October 1, 1978, with respect to taxable
property defined in Section 40-8-1, as amended, as Class III property and upon request by
the owner of such property as hereinafter provided, the assessor shall base his appraisal
of the value of such property on its current use on October 1 in any taxable year and not
on its fair and reasonable market value. Failure of an owner of Class III property to request
appraisal at current use value shall mean that the property shall be valued on its fair and
reasonable market value as otherwise provided in this title until such time as the owner thereof
shall request valuation on the basis of current use value. As used in... - 24K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 45-12-240.40 Motor vehicle licensing. (a) The Revenue Commissioner of Choctaw County
shall perform all duties relative to the assessment and collection of taxes on motor vehicles,
motor vehicle titles, and nonmotorized vehicles in Choctaw County which the judge of probate
is required under the law to perform. The judge of probate shall be relieved of all duties
and responsibilities relative to the assessment and collection of taxes on motor vehicles,
motor vehicle titles, and nonmotorized vehicles, and the revenue commissioner shall have all
the duties and responsibilities relative to the assessment and collection of taxes and issuance
of motor vehicle licenses and titles for motorized and non-motorized vehicles. For purposes
of this section the term "motor vehicle" shall mean the same as defined in Article
5, Chapter 12, Title 40. (b) Before entering upon the additional duties imposed by this section,
the revenue commissioner shall execute an additional bond in a sum... - 7K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 16-13-231 Purposes and plan of apportionment. (a) In addition to all other appropriations
and apportionments of public school money now provided by law and made available for public
schools there shall be apportioned and paid to local boards of education from the Foundation
Program Fund, the amounts to be determined as hereinafter provided and in accordance with
regulations of the State Board of Education. This Foundation Program Fund shall be used principally:
(1) To aid in providing at least a 180 full instructional day minimum school term, or the
hourly equivalent thereof, except as otherwise provided in paragraph c. of subdivision (1)
of subsection (b); and, (2) To assist in the promotion of educational opportunity for all
children in the public schools. (b) The following requirements and procedures, supplemented
when necessary by regulations of the State Board of Education, shall govern the apportionment
of the fund: (1) REQUIREMENTS FOR PARTICIPATING IN FUND. In order for... - 14K - Match Info - Similar pages

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