Tax certificate


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1.(Law) The certificate issued to the purchaser of land at a tax sale certifying to the sale and the payment of the consideration thereof, and entitling the purchaser upon certain conditions and at a certain time thereafter to a deed or instrument of conveyance (called a tax deed) of the land, to be executed by the proper officer.
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MINORITY MEDIA & TELECOMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL, WHY THE FCC's TAX CERTIFICATE POLICY SHOULD BE RETAINED 3 (1995).
Additionally, online tax certificate sales are convenient, encouraging more bidders to participate.
Given the reporting about the tax certificate, it would have been easy to conclude that the minority tax certificate was another government affirmative action program for rich media barons.
The Federal Communications Commission adopts tax certificate and distressed sale policies that result in increases in the number of minority-owned broadcast properties.
Camner also noted that the tax certificate market came under severe competitive pressure this year.
Its tax certificate auctions are held in 3 states, with tax collectors affirming the cost savings and efficiencies achieved.
Many African-American entrepreneurs argue that they have used programs like the FCC's tax certificate program to make economic inroads and generate jobs.
TEI believes that the adoption of the Tax Certificate of Deposit mechanism would offer numerous advantages to both the government and to taxpayers.
River Court and Gerard Court will be the second-largest housing project to use the 421a tax certificate program in New York City's history.
It now applies to Florida counties holding tax certificate sales online with Realauction.
Lee is equally adept in utilizing New York City's 421a Tax Certificate Program to finance affordable rental developments.