Tax Delinquency and Rural Land-use Adjustment

U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942 - 190 páginas

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Página 34 - States; and it is hereby ordained that this state shall never interfere with the primary disposal of the soil within the same by the United States, nor with any regulations congress may find necessary for securing the title in such soil to bona fide purchasers thereof; and in no case shall nonresident proprietors be taxed higher than residents.
Página 47 - It is declared to be the policy of the State of Arkansas to provide for the development and conservation of the human and soil resources of the State; to protect the lands owned by the State, and to provide for their classification and best use in the interests of the future general welfare and agricultural well being of the State; to encourage the settlement of the farm families of the State upon...
Página 98 - ... interested in conserving and developing the forest resource. Recognizing that sawmill operators are generally skilled in the mechanics of mill operation, we put primary emphasis on information about sawmill management and the character of the logs being sawn. The study was planned and carried out by TVA1 in cooperation with the Southern Forest Experiment Station of the US Forest Service. It covered 58 circular mills selected at random throughout the region (a 5 percent sample of the total mill...
Página 105 - Education shall accompany each application and shall be deposited with the State Treasurer to the credit of the State Department of Education.
Página 103 - A year later the charter for this university was granted ; and the preamble of the act declares it to be the policy of the State to foster education in the most liberal way.
Página 39 - ... either because the homestead was not taken in good faith, and was allowed to revert as soon as the timber was removed, or the land was unsuited to agricultural development and was abandoned. When the homestead law was repealed in 1935, the State Department of Conservation stated: "The repeal of this law is obviously a forward step for the reason that the lands reverting to the state are not generally capable of supporting independent farming units and past experience has shown that a large percentage...
Página 22 - Tax delinquency and land use seem to be interrelated in three ways. First, land in maladjusted use is economically unhealthy, and this unhealth manifests itself (among other ways) in tax delinquency. Second and conversely, insofar as tax delinquency is caused by land use maladjustment, clearing up tax delinquency depends on first clearing up the land use picture. Third, tax foreclosure (to the extent that it is effective) is a means of bringing maladjusted land into public ownership for rehabilitation...
Página 5 - ... according to a valuation of each piece at such a rate as would produce the given sum. The proportions of the $2,000,000 assessed was calculated to fall as follows : upon houses, $1,315,000 ; lands, $457,000 ; slaves, $228,000. The tax did not operate according to the estimates made before its passage ; and payments were so tardily made that at the end of three years one-fifth of the tax still remained unpaid. In 1800 the receipts were $734,000, and in 1801 $534,000. 48. Summary of Receipts, 1789-1801....
Página 24 - ... chronically low prices, overproduction, overpopulation, undersized farm units, insufficient mechanization, and so forth. The cures of this type of tax delinquency depend primarily on economic rehabilitation and only secondarily on changing or adjusting the tax structure.

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