2016 Code of Alabama
Title 4 - AVIATION.
Section 4-2A-17 - Exemption from taxation; exceptions.

AL Code § 4-2A-17 (2016) What's This?
Section 4-2A-17Exemption from taxation; exceptions.

The bonds issued by the authority and the income therefrom shall be exempt from all taxation in the state. The authority and all its property and income shall be exempt from all state, county and municipal taxation of any nature, including ad valorem taxes, sales taxes, use taxes, excise taxes, privilege or license taxes, license fees or taxes and other state or local taxes or license fees, and it is the intent of the Legislature to exempt the Alabama International Airport Authority from utility gross receipts taxes levied by Article 3, Chapter 21, Title 40; provided, however, that these exemptions shall not be construed to exempt concessionaires, licensees, tenants, operators or lessees of the authority from the payment of any licenses or privilege or license taxes levied by the state or any county or municipality in the state. Any deeds or other documents whereby properties are conveyed by or to the authority, any indentures executed by the authority and any leases or mortgages made by or to the authority may be filed for record in the office of the judge of probate of any county without the payment of any tax or fees. In addition, the authority shall not be required to pay any tax resulting from the conversion of property qualified for assessment based on its current use value, with respect to either property conveyed to the authority or property sold or otherwise disposed of by the authority; provided, however, that this exemption shall not be construed to exempt from liability for such additional ad valorem taxes any person otherwise liable, under applicable provisions of law, for the payment of such taxes.

(Acts 1991, No. 91-667, p. 1275, §17.)

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