Bylaw Fee


BYLAW 11 – 02

 

 

A BYLAW TO ESTABLISH FEES FOR THE PROVISION OF TAX CERTIFICATES

 AND OTHER ASSESSMENT OR TAXATION INFORMATION.

 

The Council of the Village of MacNutt, in the Province of Saskatchewan enacts as follows:

 

  1. This bylaw shall be referred to as the Assessment and Taxation Information Fee Bylaw.
  2. In this bylaw:

a) “Act” shall mean The Municipalities Act;

b) Designated officer” shall mean the Administrator/Clerk of the

    municipality or any other person who has been assigned responsibility to

    issue tax certificates by the council of the municipality;

c) “Municipality” shall mean the Village of MacNutt.

 

3.  Upon receipt of:

      a) a request for information or services, and

      b) the appropriate fee as described in Schedule 1, attached hereto and

          forming a part of this bylaw,

      the municipality shall provide to the applicant the requested information or

      service.

 

4.  Notwithstanding Section 3 of this bylaw, no person shall be required to pay a

     fee to inspect:

     a) the assessment roll for the current year during the period the roll is open

         for inspection pursuant to subsection 213(1) of the Act; and

     b) that portion of the assessment roll for the current year which council has

         authorized to be available for public inspection at any additional times.

 

5.  In addition to the requirements described within subsection 276(1) of the Act,

     tax certificates issued by the municipality shall contain the following

     information:

     a) tax levy for the previous year, if the taxes for the current year have not yet 

         been levied;

     b) date of registration and/or the interest number of a tax lien in favour of the

         municipality;

     c) the amount of outstanding amounts which may be added to property taxes

         pursuant to section 405 of the Act.

 

6. The tax certificate issued by the municipality shall be Form “A” attached

    hereto and forming a part of this bylaw, which may be amended by the

   designated officer provided that the amendment does not alter the substance of

   the form.

 

7. A tax certificate issued by the municipality shall contain no more than a one

    person(s) properties.

 

8. This bylaw shall come into force on May 3, 2011.