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West's North Carolina General Statutes Annotated. Chapter 160A. Cities and Towns. Article 9. Taxation. 160A-212. Animal taxes

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Citation: NC ST 160A-212

Citation: N.C.G.S.A. 160A-212


Last Checked by Web Center Staff: 01/2013

Summary:   This North Carolina statute provides that a city shall have power to levy an annual license tax on the privilege of keeping any domestic animal, including dogs and cats, within the city.  However, this section shall not limit the city's authority to enact related ordinances.


Statute in Full:

A city shall have power to levy an annual license tax on the privilege of keeping any domestic animal, including dogs and cats, within the city. This section shall not limit the city's authority to enact ordinances under G.S. 160A-186.

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Amended by Laws 1949, c. 933; Laws 1971, c. 698, § 1.

 



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