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Texas Tax Code - TAX § 156.104. Exemption Certificate

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(a) The right to use or possess a room or space in a hotel is exempt from taxation under this chapter if the person required to collect the tax receives, in good faith from a guest, a properly completed exemption certificate stating that the guest is qualified for an exemption under Section 156.102 or 156.103.  An exemption certificate must be supported by the documentation required under rules adopted by the comptroller.

(b) The comptroller shall produce and maintain a list of entities that have been provided a letter of exemption from the state hotel occupancy tax under Section 156.102.  The comptroller shall make the list available on the comptroller's Internet website.

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