Criminal Trident Pack: IPC, CrPC and IEA by Sr. Adv. G.S Shukla and Adv. Raghav Arora
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karthik (divorce applicant)     29 December 2013

Municipality property tax on poultry farm

Dear Sir/Madam,

this is regarding property tax issue on poultry farm with my local municipality

my friend had a poultry farm(thati shed) some 7 years back, on outskirts of my place in andhra pradesh, and that shed was removed and poulty business was stopped to due to lossed 7 years back and  now recently a property tax collector came to our my frnd house and gave a property tax demand notice has been issued with an amount due of RS 89 thousands, we told them shed was there for only 3 years and we have removed the shed some 7 years back till today we didnt received any notice but now came and asking to pay 90thousand, but they are denying saying every half year we are serving demand notice but you people are not paying and come and pay the payment else we will sell this property in auction and recover our money, we are surprised what going on and we even not spend 90k to build shed now they are asking to pay that amount, please advise/suggest me what can be done on this case..

Regards,

Kartik

 



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Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 )     30 December 2013

Residential development can increase
farmers’ tax bills in two ways. First,
development can increase the demand
for land, raising its price. When the
assessed value of that land for tax
purposes is increased because of the
higher land prices, tax bills will
increase. Note, however, that assessed
values are changed only during
reassessments, which generally occur
in frequently. You would have to inform to the municipality about closure of farm shed whenever you closed. So that tax & interest burden may reduce

karthik (divorce applicant)     01 January 2014

hi sri,

we ran the poulty farm for 3 years which is in outskirts of town, but during that period we didn't received any property tax demand notice and later after three years we removed the farm, now after 10 years served demand notice saying you have 80k due, how can we defend this with our local municipality?


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