2011 Hawaii Code
DIVISION 1. GOVERNMENT
TITLE 14. TAXATION
247. Conveyance Tax
§247-7 Disposition of taxes.
§247-7 Disposition of taxes. All taxes collected under this chapter shall be paid into the state treasury to the credit of the general fund of the State, to be used and expended for the purposes for which the general fund was created and exists by law; provided that of the taxes collected each fiscal year:
(1) Ten per cent shall be paid into the land conservation fund established pursuant to section 173A-5;
(2) Twenty-five per cent from July 1, 2009, until June 30, 2012, and thirty per cent in each fiscal year thereafter shall be paid into the rental housing trust fund established by section 201H-202; and
(3) Twenty per cent from July 1, 2009, until June 30, 2012, and twenty-five per cent in each fiscal year thereafter shall be paid into the natural area reserve fund established by section 195-9; provided that the funds paid into the natural area reserve fund shall be annually disbursed by the department of land and natural resources in the following priority:
(A) To natural area partnership and forest stewardship programs after joint consultation with the forest stewardship committee and the natural area reserves system commission;
(B) Projects undertaken in accordance with watershed management plans pursuant to section 171-58 or watershed management plans negotiated with private landowners, and management of the natural area reserves system pursuant to section 195-3; and
(C) The youth conservation corps established under chapter 193. [L 1966, c 10, pt of §1; HRS §247-7; am L 1993, c 195, §5; am L 1997, c 350, §11; am L 1998, c 170, §§2, 6; am L 1999, c 133, §2; am L 2000, c 269, §§2, 3; am L 2001, c 268, §2; am L 2005, c 156, §8; am L 2006, c 100, §§21, 30; am L 2007, c 222, §§3, 4 and c 249, §§19, 52; am L 2009, c 59, §4]
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