Alabama Code Title 22. Health, Mental Health, and Environmental Control § 22-21-333
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All properties of an authority, whether real, personal or mixed, and the income therefrom, all securities issued by an authority and the coupons applicable thereto and the income therefrom, and all indentures and other instruments executed as security therefor, all leases made pursuant to the provisions of this article and all revenues derived from any such leases, and all deeds and other documents executed by or delivered to an authority shall be exempt from any and all taxation by the state, or by any county, municipality or other political subdivision of the state, including, but without limitation to, license and excise taxes imposed in respect of the privilege of engaging in any of the activities in which an authority may engage. An authority shall not be obligated to pay or allow any fees, taxes or costs to the judge of probate of any county in respect of its incorporation, the amendment of its certificate of incorporation or the recording of any document. Further, the gross proceeds of the sale of any property used in the construction and equipment of any health care facilities for an authority, regardless of whether such sale is to such authority or any contractor or agent thereof, shall be exempt from the sales tax imposed by Article 1 of Chapter 23 of Title 40 and from all other sales and similar excise taxes now or hereafter levied on or with respect to the gross proceeds of any such sale by the state or any county, municipality or other political subdivision or instrumentality of any thereof; and any property used in the construction and equipment of any health care facilities for an authority, regardless of whether such property has been purchased by the authority or any contractor or agent thereof, shall be exempt from the use tax imposed by Article 2 of Chapter 23 of Title 40 and all other use and similar excise taxes now or hereafter levied on or with respect to any such property by the state or any county, municipality or other political subdivision or instrumentality of any thereof.
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