2017 South Carolina Code of Laws
Title 12 - Taxation
Section 12-4-750. Revocation of exempt status; imposition of tax and penalty.

Universal Citation: SC Code § 12-4-750 (2017)

(A) The department may revoke tax-exempt status if the property does not qualify or continue to qualify for tax-exempt status under the provisions of the Constitution and the general laws of the State.

(B) If the department finds within three years from the date that taxes would have been due on property that has been granted an exemption that the exemption was for any reason improperly granted due to incomplete, misleading, or fraudulent information furnished by the applicant or its agents, the department shall notify the appropriate county official, and the county auditor shall enter on the duplicate the taxes that would have been due for those years that the property escaped taxation, with an added ten percent penalty.

HISTORY: 1991 Act No. 50, Section 2.

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