Maximum Special Tax definition

Maximum Special Tax means the maximum Special Tax, determined in accordance with Section C below, that can be levied in any Fiscal Year on any Assessor’s Parcel.
Maximum Special Tax means the maximum Special Tax, determined in accordance with Section C that can be levied by CFD No. 2005-1 in any Fiscal Year on any Assessor’s Parcel.
Maximum Special Tax means the maximum Special Tax, determined in accordance with Section C, that can be levied by IA C of CFD No. 15 in any Fiscal Year on any Assessor’s Parcel.

Examples of Maximum Special Tax in a sentence

  • Prior to the First Bond Sale, if a Land Use Change is proposed or identified that will result in a change in the Expected Maximum Special Tax Revenues, no action will be needed pursuant to this Section D.

  • The Maximum Special Tax for each Assessor's Parcel classified as Developed Property shall be the greater of (i) the amount derived by application of the Assigned Special Tax or (ii) the amount derived by application of the Backup Special Tax.

  • After the prepayment has been received, the application of Sections D, E, and H of this RMA shall be based on the adjusted Expected Maximum Special Tax Revenues after the prepayment.

  • A Special Tax shall then be levied according to the following steps: Step 1: The Special Tax shall be levied Proportionately on each Parcel of Developed Property up to 100% of the Maximum Special Tax for each Parcel of Developed Property until the amount levied is equal to the Special Tax Requirement prior to applying any Capitalized Interest that is available in the CFD accounts.

  • The Maximum Special Tax for any Assessor’s Parcel classified as Undeveloped Property in any Fiscal Year shall be the Assigned Annual Special Tax.


More Definitions of Maximum Special Tax

Maximum Special Tax means the maximum Special Tax, determined in accordance with Section C, which can be levied by CFD No. 11 on any Assessor's Parcel in any Fiscal Year.
Maximum Special Tax means the greatest amount of Special Tax that can be levied on a Parcel in any Fiscal Year, as determined in accordance with Sections C and D below.
Maximum Special Tax means the maximum Special Tax, determined in accordance with Section C, that can be levied in any Fiscal Year.
Maximum Special Tax means the maximum Special Tax, determined in accordance with Section C, that can be levied by CFD No. 2 in any Fiscal Year on Taxable Property.
Maximum Special Tax means the maximum Special Tax, determined in accordance with
Maximum Special Tax means for each Assessor’s Parcel the maximum Special Tax, determined in accordance with Section C, which can be levied by the District in a given Fiscal Year on such Assessor’s Parcel.
Maximum Special Tax means, for each Fiscal Year, the maximum Special Tax, determined in accordance with Section C, below, that can be levied on any Assessor’s Parcel of Residential Property.