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Vice-Mayor Joy Belmonte who heads the city council on Thursday cleared the controversy amid letters circulating that the city's fair market values would be raised this year.
The schedule of fair market value in the city was increased 21 years ago despite the local government code calling for an adjustment every three years, according to city officials.
393 (2008) still stands and that a taxpayer "may carry its burden of establishing manifest error in an assessment by [the county by] showing only that it is substantially higher than the fair market value of that property." Petitioner states that the additional language added to Code 58.13984(B) is merely instructional by the General Assembly "on the various ways in which a taxpayer could meet its burden of proof."
On appeal, Williams offers no argument at all that the court abused its discretion in finding that Williams did not authenticate the sole exhibit a National Automobile Dealers Association values printout that she offered to support her claim that Honda sold her vehicle for less than fair market value. Her challenge to the court's ruling that Honda sold the car for fair market value is therefore waived.
(ii) the FBR rate as percentage of fair market value was higher when compared with a similar comparable location.
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The supreme court defines "fair market value" as the intrinsic value of the real property with its improvements at the time of sale under judicial foreclosure, without consideration of the impact of the foreclosure proceedings on the fair market value.
Officials suggest that the first fair market value might be $400 per year.
True fair market value can be determined only by the ultimate sale of a subject property on the open market.
Property included in a decedent's gross estate is valued at its fair market value on the date of the decedent's death or, if the executor elects, its fair market value 6 months after death (i.e., the "alternate valuation date").
If property is sold to a charity for less than its fair market value (a bargain sale), the individual must first determine whether a charitable deduction is allowable under the general rules governing charitable deductions (see Q 1315 and Q 1320).