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New York Consolidated Laws, Real Property Tax Law - RPT

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  • Article 1. Short Title;  Definitions
  • Article 2. State Board
  • Article 3. Taxable Real Property and Standard of Assessment
  • Article 4. Exemptions
  • Article 5. Assessment Procedure
  • Article 6. Assessment of Special Franchises
  • Article 7. Judicial Review
  • Article 8. County Equalization
  • Article 9. Levy and Collection of Taxes
  • Article 11. Procedures for Enforcement of Collection of Delinquent Taxes
  • Article 12. State Equalization
  • Article 12-A. Special State Equalization Ratios for Computing Constitutional Tax and Debt Limitations for Cities of One Hundred Twenty-Five Thousand or More
  • Article 12-B. Special State Equalization Ratios for Computing Constitutional Debt Limitations for City School Districts
  • Article 13. Special Provisions Relating to School Districts
  • Article 14. Special Provisions Relating to Villages
  • Article 15. Special Provisions Relating to Certain Assessing Units
  • Article 15-A. County and State Assessment Services
  • Article 15-B. State Aid for Improved Real Property Tax Administration
  • Article 15-C. Systems of Real Property Tax Administration Utilizing Electronic Data Processing
  • Article 16. Consolidated Assessing Units
  • Article 18. Preservation of Class Share of Taxes in Municipal Corporations Except Counties Within A City, Included Within the Boundaries of A Special Assessing Unit and Limitation on Increases in Assessments Therein
  • Article 19. Preservation of Class Share of Taxes Other Than in Special Assessing Units
  • Article 20. Construction;  Laws Repealed;  Effective Date

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