Political subdivision definition

Political subdivision means a city, village, town or county.
Political subdivision means a city, county, township, or school district.
Political subdivision means a county, township, municipal corporation, or any other body corporate and politic that is responsible for government activities in a geographic area smaller than that of the state.

Examples of Political subdivision in a sentence

  • Political subdivision Education Code 44.031(a) Education Department General Administrative Regulations (EDGAR) The new regulations from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), codified as Title 2 of the Code of Federal Regulations (2 CFR) Part 200, were incorporated into general federal regulation on Dec.

  • Political subdivision" means a municipal 67corporation, township, county, school district, or other body 68corporate and politic responsible for governmental activities only 69in a geographical area smaller than that of the state.

  • This chapter shall not apply to agricultural commodities or parts for the repair of farm machinery, nor to commodities manufactured in a Federal, District of Columbia, or State institution for use by the Federal Government, or by the District of Columbia, or by any State or Political subdivision of a State or not-for- profit organizations.


More Definitions of Political subdivision

Political subdivision means a county, city, village or town.
Political subdivision means any county, city, or town, any political entity, subdivision, branch, or
Political subdivision means any agency or unit of this state which now is, or hereafter shall be, authorized to levy taxes or empowered to cause taxes to be levied.
Political subdivision means a county, consolidated municipal-county government, municipality,
Political subdivision means a city, village, other incorporated political subdivision, county, school district, community college, intermediate school district, township, charter township, special district or authority.
Political subdivision means all counties, municipalities, school districts, public service or special purpose districts.