The statute states that leases from government entities "shall be taxed only as intangible personal property." (13) The lessees argued in both cases that the statute eliminated the possibility of using the equitable ownership doctrine to hold them liable for paying ad valorem
taxes on the underlying property.
The second section analyzes why card networks prefer charging ad valorem
Grassick said: "Having enjoyed such an outstanding time with Danehill, we are naturally delighted to be standing Ad Valorem
, another Group One-winning son of Danzig.
"It is not often we are cheering a Royal Ascot winner for Aidan O'Brien and Kieren Fallon, but the win of Ad Valorem
in the Queen Anne rescued the day for us," said spokesman Paddy Power.
But the placed horses had got tightened up in the closing stages as Kieren Fallon made his move on the outside on Ad Valorem
, edging left in the process.
Kurtz, MAI, joins SMG as director of Valuation Services where he will focus his practice on real estate valuations, partnership issues, eminent domain, purchase price allocations, ad valorem
taxation, litigation support, public offerings, portfolio analysis and estate planning/ gifting.
Excise taxes take two basic forms: unit taxes based on quantity sold and ad valorem
taxes based on sales value.
The tax increment financing concept may be summarized as follows: (1) the TIF district undertakes the project; (2) the project increases the assessed value of the taxable real property within the TIF district; (3) the increase in the taxable real property value results in an increase in the amount of ad valorem
taxes collected within the TIF district; and (4) a portion of this increase in ad valorem
taxes, or "tax increment," is pledged to finance the project.
KIEREN FALLON nips to Longchamp today to ride Ad Valorem
in the Prix Jean Prat.
Under QTI classification, companies that generate "high wage" jobs are eligible for tax benefits, including refunds on corporate income, sales and ad valorem
For example, if duty at a rate of 6% ad valorem
was paid on goods imported and valued at $100 in FY 2000, but in 2003 the importer retroactively increases its transfer price for the goods to $120 for FY 2000, the U.S.