section] 9-45-15 in Hubbard, but the statute seems to suggest that if a municipality changes the grade of a street such that permanent fixtures like curb and gutter need to be replaced solely to conform to the elevation change, the municipality is liable for damages to the adjacent property and that a special assessment
to cover those damages would be unlawful.
The FDIC adopted an "interim rule with request for comment" on February 27, 2009 (37) which imposed a special assessment
of twenty basis points on insured institutions' deposits and was to be collected by the end of the third quarter.
The typical objective of an appraiser involved in a special assessment
assignment is to allocate the costs of the public improvement project to each of the affected property owners in direct proportion to the benefits generated by the project.
Congress avoided this controversy by providing that the special assessment
is included as a deduction under Sec.
The phase I and phase II bonds are secured by special assessments
levied upon and collected from property owners within the phase I and phase II areas, respectively of CDD No.
2002), the high court concluded that EMS provided by a city did not confer a special benefit to real property, and, therefore, the special assessment
for those services was an invalid ad valorem tax clothed as a special assessment
The first category consists of special assessment
There are unique benefits and limitations associated with the levy of a special assessment
as compared to a tax or a user fee, the other major revenue sources in a local government's tool box.
The developer agreed that, without the burden of the special assessment
payments for the first two years of the project, it could increase the pace of development.
The special assessment
district and the neighborhood zoning district are both, fundamentally, efforts to import into the city the most attractive features of suburban governance by devolving power to the smaller scale of the neighborhood, homogenizing the voting public through the restriction of the franchise to landowners, and insulating the group's power from the politicking and vote-trading prevalent at the citywide level.
More recently, ALJs Michael Zielinki and Richard Manning have issued orders to release special assessment
To resolve the SAIF's problems, Hawke proposed that "institutions with SAIF-insured deposits could pay a special assessment
at a rate sufficient to increase the SAIF's reserves to $1.