SB 1778: Taxation of Real Property
GENERAL BILL by Gruters
Taxation of Real Property; Exempting from the sales and use tax certain property that is rented, leased, subleased, or licensed to a specified small business; requiring the Department of Revenue to approve or deny such application within a specified time period, etc.
Last Action: 3/14/2020 Senate - Died in Commerce and Tourism
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
Date Chamber Action 1/10/2020 Senate • Filed
1/17/2020 Senate • Referred to Commerce and Tourism; Finance and Tax; Appropriations -SJ 173
1/22/2020 Senate • Introduced -SJ 173
3/14/2020 Senate • Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration
• Died in Commerce and Tourism
SB 1778, Original Filed Version (Current Bill Version) Posted 1/10/2020 at 3:51 PM
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF Analyses: None
Related Bills (1)
Bill Number Subject Filed By Relationship Last Action and Location Track Bills H 1141 Taxation of Real Property Caruso Identical Last Action: 3/14/2020 H Died in Ways and Means Committee
Citations - Statutes (1)
Citation Catchline Location in Bill Location In Bill Help 212.031 Tax on rental or license fee for use of real property. Page 1 (pdf)
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