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Joint Resolution on Property Tax Exemption for Military Personnel

Utah Ballot Measure - Constitutional Amendment B

Election: Nov. 6, 2012 (General)

Outcome: Passed

Categories:

Housing and Property
Veterans
Military Personnel
Constitution
Taxes

Summary


Constitutional Amendment B authorizes the creation, in statute, of a property tax exemption for property that is owned by a person in the military, or the person's spouse, or both, if the property is the person's primary residence and the person
serves in federal active duty out of state for at least 200 days in a calendar year or 200 consecutive days.

Measure Text


Shall the Utah Constitution be amended to allow real property to be exempt from
property tax if:

- the real property is owned by a person in the military, or the person's
spouse, or both;
- the real property is the military person's primary residence; and
- the military person serves in federal active duty out of state for at least 200
days in a calendar year or 200 consecutive days?

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