Examples of Single Family Residential Property in a sentence
At the beginning of each Fiscal Year, the Superintendent shall classify each Assessor's Parcel in CFD No. 2 as Tax-Exempt Property or as either Multifamily or Single Family Residential Property by reference to the standard practices of the city or county issuing building permits (or similar authorizations) for such Parcel.
The number of dwelling units for the Parcel, for Parcels classified as Single Family Residential Property, by the Assigned Special Tax for the parcel’s Land Use Class shown in Table 1.
Each Fiscal Year, each Assessor’s Parcel of Developed Property classified as Single Family Residential Property shall be subject to a Backup Annual Special Tax.
If, after the annual levy and before a building permit is issued, a Parcel ceases to be or becomes Tax-Exempt Property or changes its classification from Single Family Residential Property to Multifamily Residential Property or from Multifamily Residential Property to Single Family Residential Property, then the Board shall revise the Special Tax to be levied against such Parcel.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, if all or any portion of Tentative Tract Map 16248, as approved by the City Council as of the date of this Rate and Method, is subsequently changed or modified, then the Backup Annual Special Tax rate for each Assessor’s Parcel of Developed Property classified or to be classified as Single Family Residential Property in such Final Map area that is changed or modified shall be $0.61 per square foot of Acreage.