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Difference between revisions of "Louisiana Exempt Art from Ad valorem Property Tax Act, Amendment 5 (2006)"

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The language that appeared on the ballot:
 
The language that appeared on the ballot:
  
o exempt consigned art from [[Ad valorem tax|ad valorem]] property tax; that is, all artworks such as sculptures, glass works, paintings, drawings, signed and numbered posters, photographs, mixed media, collages, or any other item which would be considered as the material result of a creative endeavor. (Effective January 1, 2007)  
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o exempt consigned art from [[Ad valorem tax|ad valorem]] [[property tax]]; that is, all artworks such as sculptures, glass works, paintings, drawings, signed and numbered posters, photographs, mixed media, collages, or any other item which would be considered as the material result of a creative endeavor. (Effective January 1, 2007)  
  
 
(Adds Const. Art. VII, Sec. 21(C)(19))
 
(Adds Const. Art. VII, Sec. 21(C)(19))

Revision as of 12:20, 8 May 2009

Louisiana Amendment 5 (General), also known as the Exempt Art from Ad valorem Property Tax Act, was on the November 7, 2006 election ballot in Louisiana. It passed, with 54% of voters in favor.

Text of the proposal

The language that appeared on the ballot:

o exempt consigned art from ad valorem property tax; that is, all artworks such as sculptures, glass works, paintings, drawings, signed and numbered posters, photographs, mixed media, collages, or any other item which would be considered as the material result of a creative endeavor. (Effective January 1, 2007)

(Adds Const. Art. VII, Sec. 21(C)(19))

See also