Commission to Study Full Value Assessment Laws and Tax Rate Limitations: Commission Minutes, October 27, 1965-November 22, 1967
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Brief Description: Minutes concern property tax equalization within counties, real property assessment manuals, supervisors of assessments, the creation of an independent statewide appeal board, the federal stamp act on deeds, uniform taxing rates, tax foreclosures and resulting property sales, and commission officers and expenditures.
Held at:
Illinois State Archives
M. C. Norton Building
Springfield, IL 62756
Phone: 217-782-3492
Fax: 217-524-3930
Record Series Number: 585/001
Created by: Commission to Study Full Value Assessment Laws and Tax Rate Limitations - RG 585
Volume: 0.1 Cubic Feet
Arrangement: None
Biographical Note for Commission to Study Full Value Assessment Laws and Tax Rate Limitations - RG 585: The Commission to Study Full Value Assessment Laws and Tax Rate Limitations was crated by the General Assembly in 1965 to make a thorough study of present property tax rate limitations under existing laws and to consider altering those limits. It further was to study property valuations made by the various counties and to consider an equalization process between counties. The commission was composed of two members of the Senate and two members of the House, appointed respectively by the president pro tempore and the Speaker, and two members appointed by the Governor. It was to make its report to the General Assembly by February 1, 1967 (L. 1965, pp. 3097-3098). It failed to meet this deadline however and its life was extended to July 1, 1969 (L. 1967, p. 4237).
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Subject Index
Commission to Study Full Value Assessment Laws
Deeds
Equalizations
Expenditures
Federal Taxes
Foreclosures
Land Sales
Personal Property
Real Estate
Tax Assessments
Tax Assessors
Taxes
Tax Rates
PreferredCitation: Commission to Study Full Value Assessment Laws and Tax Rate Limitations, "Commission Mintues," Record Series 585.001, Illinois State Archives.