2 edition of annotated compilation of the property taxation laws of Georgia. found in the catalog.
annotated compilation of the property taxation laws of Georgia.
|Other titles||Property taxation laws of Georgia.|
|Contributions||University of Georgia. Institute of Government.|
|LC Classifications||KFG478 .A3 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 273 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||273|
|LC Control Number||76622244|
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Several other landlord-tenant laws in Georgia affect both property owners and renters, including: procedures for how landlords must handle abandoned property left behind by tenants, and fair housing rights (discrimination is also prohibited by federal and, often, local law—see the Housing Discrimination section of the Nolo site for details).Author: Marcia Stewart.
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All condominium instruments and anyFile Size: KB. PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVES FOR THE GEORGIA LANDOWNER All Georgia landowners have a real need to learn more about the property tax laws that affect their county ad valorem property taxes.
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Income Tax Lien Lien assess against all real property of a debtor who has failed to pay state or federal income taxes, including unpaid estate or gift taxes.