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HB 0660 - Ad valorem tax; certain activities not breach conservation use covenant
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Tracking Level: Evaluating
Sponsor: Smith,Kip 129th
Last Action: 1/10/2012 - House Second Readers
State Code Titles: 48
House Committee: W&M
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Staff Analysis of the Legislation

HB 660 allows bona fide conservation use property to be used for the operation of a commercial hunting preserve or a choose-and-cut Christmas tree farm and provides that those uses will not cause a breach of the covenant by the taxpayer who is receiving the preferential conservation use tax assessment. The bill applies to both existing as well as future covenants. In the case of a commercial hunting preserve, the authorized use will also include "facilities for sporting clays." 

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