Georgia Senate
SB 224 - Real Estate - intangible record- ing tax on long-term notes

Sponsor and CoSponsors
Turner, Loyce W Broun, Paul C Balfour, Don
Links / Committees / Status
Summary / Full Text SC: B&FI HC: Judy
F/R: 01/27/95 L/A: 04/06/95 Signed by Governor
Titles Amended: 48
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First Reader Summary

A bill to amend Article 3 of Chapter 6 of Title 48 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to intangible recording tax, so as to provide that the holder of a long-term note secured by real estate may pass on the amount of the intangible recording tax with regard to such note to the borrower or mortgagor.

Actions Taken

               SENATE                         HOUSE 
             1/27/95   Read 1st time          2/14/95       
             2/8/95    Favorably Reported     2/27/95       
             2/9/95    Read 2nd Time          2/15/95       
             2/13/95   Read 3rd Time          3/10/95       
             2/13/95   Passed/Adopted         3/10/95       
                       Comm/Floor Amend/Sub   FA            
             2/13/95   Notice to Reconsider                 
             3/13/95   Amend/Sub Agreed To                  
             3/22/95   Sent To Governor                     
             4/6/95    Signed by Governor                   
             228       Act/Veto Number                      
             4/6/95    Effective Date                       

Code Sections

Code Sections amended: 48-6-61

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