unlevied

unlevied

(ʌnˈlɛvɪd)
adj
(Banking & Finance) (of a tax, fine, or other sum of money) not levied
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This model may also have unintended consequences, driving more tourists to opt for unlevied options such as wild camping or campervan hire, which result in similar infrastructural burdens while generating less direct revenue - and, generally speaking, less local spend - than other overnight accommodation options.
The assessment also factors in the city's elevated tax rate and moderate capacity within statutory limits; however, other revenue sources, including the unlevied portion of a fire assessment fee, support the legal ability to raise revenues.
This can save employers vast amounts of money and hassle in unlevied fines and court cases that are never brought.
Despite these vast amounts of unlevied revenue, not once in the three articles published has either racecourse alluded to the sums involved or the actual existence of such betting platforms.