2006 Michigan Compiled Laws - Act 55 of 1956


JEOPARDY ASSESSMENT OF PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES

Act 55 of 1956

AN ACT to authorize the jeopardy assessment of personal property taxes; to establish the terms, limitations and conditions upon which the date for payment of personal property taxes may be accelerated; to provide for the collection of such taxes, and to establish a lien therefor; and to establish the liability of the purchaser of personal property for personal property taxes.


History: 1956, Act 55, Imd. Eff. Apr. 2, 1956




The People of the State of Michigan enact:

DocumentDescription
Section 211.691Personal property taxes; jeopardy assessment.
Section 211.692Personal property taxes; jeopardy assessment affidavit, contents.
Section 211.693Affidavit; filing; notice to taxpayer.
Section 211.694Acceleration of due date of tax; lien; collection of tax.
Section 211.695Jeopardy assessment tax rate; collection of tax; discharge of affidavit.
Section 211.696Personal property tax; repayment of excess; collection of unpaid regular tax.
Section 211.697Treasurer; diligence; liability for uncollected taxes.

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