HB 43: Assistance for Persons whose Primary Residences were Damaged by Tropical Storm Debby or Hurricane Isaac
GENERAL BILL by Porter ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Rooney
Assistance for Persons whose Primary Residences were Damaged by Tropical Storm Debby or Hurricane Isaac; Provides for reimbursement of portion of ad valorem tax levied on house or other residential building rendered uninhabitable due to Tropical Storm Debby or Hurricane Isaac; provides for reimbursement of state sales tax paid on purchase of mobile home to replace mobile home that experienced major damage from Tropical Storm Debby or Hurricane Isaac; requires application for reimbursement; provides application requirements; requires that property owner provide documentation; requires property appraiser to determine applicant's entitlement to reimbursement & amount; provides formula for calculating reimbursement amount; limits reimbursement amount; requires property appraisers to submit reimbursement lists to DOR by specified date; requires DOR to determine total reimbursement payments; authorizes applicants to file petitions with VABs; requires that DOR retain funds for paying claims granted by VABs; provides penalties for giving false information. APPROPRIATION: $2,570,000
Last Action: 5/3/2013 House - Died in Finance and Tax Subcommittee
Bill Text: PDF
• Referred to Finance and Tax Subcommittee; Local and Federal Affairs Committee; Appropriations Committee -HJ 23
• Introduced -HJ 22
• Died in Finance and Tax Subcommittee
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