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Authority to Set and Collect a City Litigation Tax After the Enactment of the Municipal Court Reform Act

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Reviewed Date: June 26, 2017

Original Author: 
Blake, Karen
Date Created: 
Aug 22, 2014


Subjects:
Courts--Municipal
Taxes--Litigation
Fines and court costs

Authority to Set and Collect a City Litigation Tax After the Enactment of the Municipal Court Reform Act

Summary: 
MTAS was asked whether or not a city still has the authority to set and to collect a city litigation tax after the enactment of the Municipal Court Reform Act.

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