special taxing district


special taxing district
A district fixed by legislative determination, without reference to town, county or regular taxing district lines, as a district which is to receive a special benefit and to bear the expense of a local improvement by means of a local assessment. 48 Am J1st Spec A § 115.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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