Analysts Surprised by Orange County, Calif., Property Tax Ruling

Finestone, Deborah
November 2001
Bond Buyer;11/28/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31273, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on a court ruling which charges Orange County, california with incorrect implementation of the California Property Tax Initiative Proposition 13. Limits stipulated by the Proposition regarding the annual rise in taxable value of properties; Implications to the state if the case becomes a class action suit.


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