Urban Property Tax And Rustic - Empower The Mayor Of Betanzos, Raising It From The First Half Of 1949.

Original Language Title: IMPUESTO PREDIAL URBANO Y RUSTICO.— AUTORÍZASE A LA ALCALDÍA MUNICIPAL DE BETANZOS, RECAUDARLO A PARTIR DEL PRIMER SEMESTRE DE 1949.

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law of December 28, 1948

URBAN PREDIAL TAX AND RUSTICO.â € " AutorA-zase to the Mayor-a Municipal de Betanzos, raise it from the first semester of 1949.

ENRIQUE HERTZOG G.

CONSTITUTIONAL PRESIDENT OF THE REPAsBLICA

For how much: the National Congress has sanctioned the following Law:

THE NATIONAL CONGRESS

DECCRETA:

ArtA-culo 1A ° †" AutorA-zase a la mayor-a Municipal de la Villa de Betanzos, to be carried out since the first half of 1949, the collection of the urban and regional predial tax in accordance with the Law of 3 May 1928.

ArtA-Aculo 2A ° †" For the purposes of the avalanum or urban property, a commission composed of a member of the Mayor's Office and a representative of the Permanent Fiscal Commission, will be appointed by the Mayor of the Villa de Betanzos.

ArtA-ass 3A ° †" The Mayor's Office will proceed to the approval of the larger and smaller radius of the Villa de Betanzos.

ArtA-culo 4A ° â€" The Treasury of the said Mayors- accounting for tax collections referred to in Article 1A.

ArtA-culo 5A ° †" The funds coming from the tax created by this law will be destined for the urban improvement of the Villa de Betanzos.

Communal-be to the Executive Branch for the constitutional purposes.

H. National Congress sessions.

La Paz, December 21, 1948.

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Therefore, I enact it so that it is held and complied with as Law of the Republic.

Palace of Government, in the city of La Paz, at the twenty-eight days of December of a thousand nine hundred and forty-eight years.

E. HERTZOG.†" Jos᩠Romero Loza.