Bill S6176-2011

Extends the effectiveness of chapter 405 of the laws of 2005 for two years relating to authorization for the county of Albany to impose a mortgage recording tax

Extends the effectiveness of chapter 405 of the laws of 2005 for two years which chapter authorizes the county of Albany to impose a county mortgage recording tax.

Details

Actions

  • Aug 1, 2012: SIGNED CHAP.311
  • Jul 20, 2012: DELIVERED TO GOVERNOR
  • Jun 19, 2012: returned to senate
  • Jun 19, 2012: passed assembly
  • Jun 19, 2012: home rule request
  • Jun 19, 2012: ordered to third reading cal.488
  • Jun 19, 2012: substituted for a8958
  • Jun 13, 2012: referred to ways and means
  • Jun 13, 2012: DELIVERED TO ASSEMBLY
  • Jun 13, 2012: PASSED SENATE
  • Jun 13, 2012: ORDERED TO THIRD READING CAL.1209
  • Jun 13, 2012: COMMITTEE DISCHARGED AND COMMITTED TO RULES
  • Jan 10, 2012: REFERRED TO LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Votes

VOTE: COMMITTEE VOTE: - Rules - Jun 13, 2012
Ayes (23): Skelos, Alesi, Farley, Fuschillo, Johnson, Larkin, LaValle, Libous, Marcellino, Maziarz, Nozzolio, Saland, Seward, Sampson, Breslin, Dilan, Duane, Hassell-Thompson, Montgomery, Parker, Perkins, Smith, Stewart-Cousins
Ayes W/R (1): Hannon
Excused (1): Krueger

Memo

BILL NUMBER:S6176

TITLE OF BILL: An act to amend chapter 405 of the laws of 2005 amending the tax law relating to authorizing the county of Albany to impose a county recording tax on obligations secured by a mortgage on real property, in relation to extending the effectiveness thereof

PURPOSE: Extends the effectiveness of chapter 291 of the laws of 2010 for two years.

SUMMARY OF PROVISIONS: Amends chapter 291 of 2010, extending the sunset from December 1, 2012 to December 1, 2014.

JUSTIFICATION: Currently, the county of Albany's mortgage recording tax is slated to sunset on December 1, 2012. In order for the county to continue generating revenue, the sunset must be extended. By imposing a tax of twenty-five cents for each one hundred dollars secured by a mortgage in Albany County, this measure would help generate revenue for the County and help to relieve the burdens placed on local taxpayers.

LEGISLATIVE HISTORY: 2010: Chapter 291 2008: Chapter 411 2006: Chapter 477 2005: Chapter 405

FISCAL IMPLICATIONS: None to the State.

EFFECTIVE DATE: Immediately.


Text

STATE OF NEW YORK ________________________________________________________________________ S. 6176 A. 8958 S E N A T E - A S S E M B L Y January 10, 2012 ___________
IN SENATE -- Introduced by Sen. BRESLIN -- read twice and ordered print- ed, and when printed to be committed to the Committee on Local Govern- ment IN ASSEMBLY -- Introduced by M. of A. CANESTRARI, McENENY -- read once and referred to the Committee on Ways and Means AN ACT to amend chapter 405 of the laws of 2005 amending the tax law relating to authorizing the county of Albany to impose a county recording tax on obligations secured by a mortgage on real property, in relation to extending the effectiveness thereof THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, REPRESENTED IN SENATE AND ASSEM- BLY, DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Section 2 of chapter 405 of the laws of 2005 amending the tax law relating to authorizing the county of Albany to impose a county recording tax on obligations secured by a mortgage on real property, as amended by chapter 291 of the laws of 2010, is amended to read as follows: S 2. This act shall take effect on the thirtieth day after it shall have become a law and shall expire and be deemed repealed on the first of December, [2012] 2014. S 2. This act shall take effect immediately.

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