- ad valorem tax
n.A tax assessed on the value of property.
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- ad valorem tax
A tax that is calculated according to value of property, based on an assigned valuation of a piece of real estate or personal property. Local property tax and sales tax are common examples. An ad valorem tax may be imposed annually or when an asset is sold, inherited, or transferred. (See also: millage)Category: Real Estate & Rental Property
Nolo’s Plain-English Law Dictionary. Gerald N. Hill, Kathleen Thompson Hill. 2009.
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Ad valorem tax — An ad valorem tax (Latin: according to value ) is a tax based on the value of real estate or personal property.An ad valorem tax is typically imposed at the time of a transaction (a sales tax or value added tax (VAT)), but it may be imposed on an … Wikipedia
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