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AGO 1965 No. 45 >  October 8, 1965
TAXATION - PROPERTY TAX - LIMITATION ON TAX LEVY - MAXIMUM REVENUE - MILLAGE
TAXATION ‑- PROPERTY TAX ‑- LIMITATION ON TAX LEVY ‑- MAXIMUM REVENUE ‑- MILLAGE The "total dollar amount" of regular property tax revenues which constitutes one of the factors determinative of the maximum amount of regular property tax revenue which a taxing district can receive without a vote of the people under chapter 174, Laws of 1965, Ex. Sess., is the actual total dollar amount of regular property tax revenues that the particular taxing district levied in the preceding year irrespective of whether such dollar amount of tax revenues represented the full amount which could have been realized had the taxing district levied taxes at the maximum millage available to such district within the 40 mill limit.
AGO 1956 No. 282 >  June 7, 1956
TAXATION - PROPERTY TAX - REFUNDS
TAXATION -- PROPERTY TAX -- REFUNDS Entries on tax rolls made pursuant to chapter 253, Laws of 1955, may be corrected by April boards of equalization, and first-half overpayments deducted from amount shown as due on second-half statements. Tax refunds must be made from county tax refund fund, money for which should be provided by school districts in 1956-1957 budgets.
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