Bill Text: TX SB1161 | 2019-2020 | 86th Legislature | Introduced


Bill Title: Relating to the determination of the total taxable value of property in a school district under the property value study conducted by the comptroller of public accounts.

Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Republican 1-0)

Status: (Introduced) 2019-04-09 - Left pending in committee [SB1161 Detail]

Download: Texas-2019-SB1161-Introduced.html
  86R4382 CJC-D
 
  By: Kolkhorst S.B. No. 1161
 
 
 
A BILL TO BE ENTITLED
 
AN ACT
  relating to the determination of the total taxable value of
  property in a school district under the property value study
  conducted by the comptroller of public accounts.
         BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS:
         SECTION 1.  Sections 403.302(d) and (m), Government Code,
  are amended to read as follows:
         (d)  For the purposes of this section, "taxable value" means
  the market value of all taxable property less:
               (1)  the total dollar amount of any residence homestead
  exemptions lawfully granted under Section 11.13(b) or (c), Tax
  Code, in the year that is the subject of the study for each school
  district;
               (2)  one-half of the total dollar amount of any
  residence homestead exemptions granted under Section 11.13(n), Tax
  Code, in the year that is the subject of the study for each school
  district;
               (3)  the total dollar amount of any exemptions granted
  before May 31, 1993, within a reinvestment zone under agreements
  authorized by Chapter 312, Tax Code;
               (4)  subject to Subsection (e), the total dollar amount
  of any captured appraised value of property that:
                     (A)  is within a reinvestment zone created on or
  before May 31, 1999, or is proposed to be included within the
  boundaries of a reinvestment zone as the boundaries of the zone and
  the proposed portion of tax increment paid into the tax increment
  fund by a school district are described in a written notification
  provided by the municipality or the board of directors of the zone
  to the governing bodies of the other taxing units in the manner
  provided by former Section 311.003(e), Tax Code, before May 31,
  1999, and within the boundaries of the zone as those boundaries
  existed on September 1, 1999, including subsequent improvements to
  the property regardless of when made;
                     (B)  generates taxes paid into a tax increment
  fund created under Chapter 311, Tax Code, under a reinvestment zone
  financing plan approved under Section 311.011(d), Tax Code, on or
  before September 1, 1999; and
                     (C)  is eligible for tax increment financing under
  Chapter 311, Tax Code;
               (5)  the total dollar amount of any captured appraised
  value of property that:
                     (A)  is within a reinvestment zone:
                           (i)  created on or before December 31, 2008,
  by a municipality with a population of less than 18,000; and
                           (ii)  the project plan for which includes
  the alteration, remodeling, repair, or reconstruction of a
  structure that is included on the National Register of Historic
  Places and requires that a portion of the tax increment of the zone
  be used for the improvement or construction of related facilities
  or for affordable housing;
                     (B)  generates school district taxes that are paid
  into a tax increment fund created under Chapter 311, Tax Code; and
                     (C)  is eligible for tax increment financing under
  Chapter 311, Tax Code;
               (6)  the total dollar amount of any exemptions granted
  under Section 11.251 or 11.253, Tax Code;
               (7)  the difference between the comptroller's estimate
  of the market value and the productivity value of land that
  qualifies for appraisal on the basis of its productive capacity,
  except that the productivity value estimated by the comptroller may
  not exceed the fair market value of the land;
               (8)  the portion of the appraised value of residence
  homesteads of individuals who receive a tax limitation under
  Section 11.26, Tax Code, on which school district taxes are not
  imposed in the year that is the subject of the study, calculated as
  if the residence homesteads were appraised at the full value
  required by law;
               (9)  a portion of the market value of property not
  otherwise fully taxable by the school district at market value
  because of[:
                     [(A)]  action required by statute or the
  constitution of this state, other than Section 11.311, Tax Code,
  that, if the tax rate adopted by the district is applied to it,
  produces an amount equal to the difference between the tax that the
  district would have imposed on the property if the property were
  fully taxable at market value and the tax that the district is
  actually authorized to impose on the property, if this subsection
  does not otherwise require that portion to be deducted;
               (9-a)  the amount equal to one-half of the portion of
  the market value of property not otherwise fully taxable by the
  school district at market value because of [or
                     [(B)]  action taken by the district under
  Subchapter B or C, Chapter 313, Tax Code, before the expiration of
  that [the] subchapter;
               (10)  the market value of all tangible personal
  property, other than manufactured homes, owned by a family or
  individual and not held or used for the production of income;
               (11)  the appraised value of property the collection of
  delinquent taxes on which is deferred under Section 33.06, Tax
  Code;
               (12)  the portion of the appraised value of property
  the collection of delinquent taxes on which is deferred under
  Section 33.065, Tax Code; and
               (13)  the amount by which the market value of a
  residence homestead to which Section 23.23, Tax Code, applies
  exceeds the appraised value of that property as calculated under
  that section.
         (m)  Subsection (d)(9-a) [(d)(9)] does not apply to property
  that was the subject of an application under Subchapter B or C,
  Chapter 313, Tax Code, made after May 1, 2009, that the comptroller
  recommended should be disapproved.
         SECTION 2.  The change in law made by this Act applies only
  to the study conducted under Section 403.302, Government Code, for
  a tax year that begins on or after January 1, 2020.  The study for a
  tax year that begins before that date is covered by the law in
  effect immediately before the effective date of this Act, and the
  prior law is continued in effect for that purpose.
         SECTION 3.  This Act takes effect September 1, 2019.
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