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Report 319, ( January 1997 ) 21 pages

Ad Valorem Special Assessments in Michigan

Examined the constitutional and statutory differences between property taxes and traditional special assessments and the increasing tendency of the Legislature to authorize units of local government to levy ad valorem special assessments which have characteristics of both property taxes and traditional special assessments. — See also Note 97-01 —
Report 319, ( January 1997 ) 21 pages

Ad Valorem Special Assessments in Michigan

Examined the constitutional and statutory differences between property taxes and traditional special assessments and the increasing tendency of the Legislature to authorize units of local government to levy ad valorem special assessments which have characteristics of both property taxes and traditional special assessments. — See also Note 97-01 —

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