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Split court rules parcels to be taxed as commercial

In dissent, Judge Teitelman calls commercial use ‘purely speculative’

The state Supreme Court on Tuesday affirmed that a Clay County couple owes taxes on property they own at the commercially assessed rate, rather than the residential one. After Robert and Donna Bateman bought the parcels and tried to sell them as “commercial” property, the county changed the assessment category for the land, and the couple ...
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