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Section 40-9C-3

Definitions.

For purposes of this chapter, the following words and phrases shall have the following meanings:

(1) ABATE, ABATEMENT. A reduction or elimination of a taxpayer's liability for tax. An abatement of local and noneducation transaction taxes imposed under Chapter 23 of this title shall relieve the seller from the obligation to collect and pay over the local portion of the noneducation transaction tax as if the sale were to a person exempt, to the extent of the abatement, from the local portion of the noneducation transaction tax.

(2) BROWNFIELD DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY. Real property which qualifies under Section 22-30E-6 for participation in the voluntary cleanup program established pursuant to Chapter 30E of Title 22, and any personal property acquired in connection with the cleanup and redevelopment of such real property.

(3) CONSTRUCTION RELATED NONEDUCATION TRANSACTION TAXES. The local portion of the transaction taxes imposed pursuant to Chapter 23 of this title, not levied for education purposes or for capital improvements for education, on tangible personal property and taxable services incorporated into a brownfield property development pursuant to Chapter 30E of Title 22, the cost of which may be added to capital account with respect to the property, determined without regard to any rule which permits expenditures properly chargeable to capital account to be treated as current expenses.

(4) EDUCATION TAXES. Ad valorem taxes that must, pursuant to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended, or legislative act, or the resolution or other action of the governing board authorizing the tax, be used for educational purposes or for capital improvements for education, the state portion of transactional taxes, and local construction related transaction taxes levied for educational purposes or for capital improvements for education.

(5) MAJOR ADDITION. Any addition to an existing brownfield development property that equals the lesser of: 30 percent of the original cost of the developed property as cleaned up, or two million dollars ($2,000,000). For purposes of this definition, the original cost of existing brownfield development property shall be the amount of the property with respect to which an abatement is granted under this chapter when the property is constructed, or if the existing property was constructed before January 1, 2003, the maximum amount that would have been allowed if this chapter had applied at the time it was constructed. Only property that constitutes brownfield development property shall be eligible for the abatement allowance provided in this definition.

(6) MAXIMUM EXEMPTION PERIOD. A period of up to 20 years following the date on which the voluntary cleanup plan is approved by the Alabama Department of Environmental Management pursuant to rules and regulations adopted by the department.

(7) MORTGAGE AND RECORDING TAXES. The taxes imposed by Chapter 22 of this title.

(8) NONEDUCATIONAL AD VALOREM TAXES. Ad valorem taxes imposed by the state, counties, municipalities, and other taxing jurisdictions of Alabama that are not required to be used for educational purposes or for capital improvements for education.

(9) PERSON. Includes any individual, partnership, trust, estate, or corporation.

(10) PRIVATE USER. Any individual, partnership, corporation, or business entity organized for profit that is or will be treated as the owner of a brownfield development property for federal income tax purposes, even though title may be held by a municipal or county governmental entity.

(Act 2004-245, p. 334, §3.)

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Statutes > Alabama > Title40 > Chapter9C > 40-9C-3

Section 40-9C-3

Definitions.

For purposes of this chapter, the following words and phrases shall have the following meanings:

(1) ABATE, ABATEMENT. A reduction or elimination of a taxpayer's liability for tax. An abatement of local and noneducation transaction taxes imposed under Chapter 23 of this title shall relieve the seller from the obligation to collect and pay over the local portion of the noneducation transaction tax as if the sale were to a person exempt, to the extent of the abatement, from the local portion of the noneducation transaction tax.

(2) BROWNFIELD DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY. Real property which qualifies under Section 22-30E-6 for participation in the voluntary cleanup program established pursuant to Chapter 30E of Title 22, and any personal property acquired in connection with the cleanup and redevelopment of such real property.

(3) CONSTRUCTION RELATED NONEDUCATION TRANSACTION TAXES. The local portion of the transaction taxes imposed pursuant to Chapter 23 of this title, not levied for education purposes or for capital improvements for education, on tangible personal property and taxable services incorporated into a brownfield property development pursuant to Chapter 30E of Title 22, the cost of which may be added to capital account with respect to the property, determined without regard to any rule which permits expenditures properly chargeable to capital account to be treated as current expenses.

(4) EDUCATION TAXES. Ad valorem taxes that must, pursuant to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended, or legislative act, or the resolution or other action of the governing board authorizing the tax, be used for educational purposes or for capital improvements for education, the state portion of transactional taxes, and local construction related transaction taxes levied for educational purposes or for capital improvements for education.

(5) MAJOR ADDITION. Any addition to an existing brownfield development property that equals the lesser of: 30 percent of the original cost of the developed property as cleaned up, or two million dollars ($2,000,000). For purposes of this definition, the original cost of existing brownfield development property shall be the amount of the property with respect to which an abatement is granted under this chapter when the property is constructed, or if the existing property was constructed before January 1, 2003, the maximum amount that would have been allowed if this chapter had applied at the time it was constructed. Only property that constitutes brownfield development property shall be eligible for the abatement allowance provided in this definition.

(6) MAXIMUM EXEMPTION PERIOD. A period of up to 20 years following the date on which the voluntary cleanup plan is approved by the Alabama Department of Environmental Management pursuant to rules and regulations adopted by the department.

(7) MORTGAGE AND RECORDING TAXES. The taxes imposed by Chapter 22 of this title.

(8) NONEDUCATIONAL AD VALOREM TAXES. Ad valorem taxes imposed by the state, counties, municipalities, and other taxing jurisdictions of Alabama that are not required to be used for educational purposes or for capital improvements for education.

(9) PERSON. Includes any individual, partnership, trust, estate, or corporation.

(10) PRIVATE USER. Any individual, partnership, corporation, or business entity organized for profit that is or will be treated as the owner of a brownfield development property for federal income tax purposes, even though title may be held by a municipal or county governmental entity.

(Act 2004-245, p. 334, §3.)

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Section 40-9C-3

Definitions.

For purposes of this chapter, the following words and phrases shall have the following meanings:

(1) ABATE, ABATEMENT. A reduction or elimination of a taxpayer's liability for tax. An abatement of local and noneducation transaction taxes imposed under Chapter 23 of this title shall relieve the seller from the obligation to collect and pay over the local portion of the noneducation transaction tax as if the sale were to a person exempt, to the extent of the abatement, from the local portion of the noneducation transaction tax.

(2) BROWNFIELD DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY. Real property which qualifies under Section 22-30E-6 for participation in the voluntary cleanup program established pursuant to Chapter 30E of Title 22, and any personal property acquired in connection with the cleanup and redevelopment of such real property.

(3) CONSTRUCTION RELATED NONEDUCATION TRANSACTION TAXES. The local portion of the transaction taxes imposed pursuant to Chapter 23 of this title, not levied for education purposes or for capital improvements for education, on tangible personal property and taxable services incorporated into a brownfield property development pursuant to Chapter 30E of Title 22, the cost of which may be added to capital account with respect to the property, determined without regard to any rule which permits expenditures properly chargeable to capital account to be treated as current expenses.

(4) EDUCATION TAXES. Ad valorem taxes that must, pursuant to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended, or legislative act, or the resolution or other action of the governing board authorizing the tax, be used for educational purposes or for capital improvements for education, the state portion of transactional taxes, and local construction related transaction taxes levied for educational purposes or for capital improvements for education.

(5) MAJOR ADDITION. Any addition to an existing brownfield development property that equals the lesser of: 30 percent of the original cost of the developed property as cleaned up, or two million dollars ($2,000,000). For purposes of this definition, the original cost of existing brownfield development property shall be the amount of the property with respect to which an abatement is granted under this chapter when the property is constructed, or if the existing property was constructed before January 1, 2003, the maximum amount that would have been allowed if this chapter had applied at the time it was constructed. Only property that constitutes brownfield development property shall be eligible for the abatement allowance provided in this definition.

(6) MAXIMUM EXEMPTION PERIOD. A period of up to 20 years following the date on which the voluntary cleanup plan is approved by the Alabama Department of Environmental Management pursuant to rules and regulations adopted by the department.

(7) MORTGAGE AND RECORDING TAXES. The taxes imposed by Chapter 22 of this title.

(8) NONEDUCATIONAL AD VALOREM TAXES. Ad valorem taxes imposed by the state, counties, municipalities, and other taxing jurisdictions of Alabama that are not required to be used for educational purposes or for capital improvements for education.

(9) PERSON. Includes any individual, partnership, trust, estate, or corporation.

(10) PRIVATE USER. Any individual, partnership, corporation, or business entity organized for profit that is or will be treated as the owner of a brownfield development property for federal income tax purposes, even though title may be held by a municipal or county governmental entity.

(Act 2004-245, p. 334, §3.)

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