§ 5-15-1 Short title
§ 5-15-2 Findings and purpose
§ 5-15-3 Definitions
§ 5-15-4 Resolution for formation of a district
§ 5-15-5 Contents of tax increment development plan
§ 5-15-6 Notice of public hearing
§ 5-15-7 Public hearing
§ 5-15-8 Formation determination; election
§ 5-15-8.1 Posting of notices
§ 5-15-9 Formation of a district
§ 5-15-10 Governance of the district
§ 5-15-11 Records; open meetings
§ 5-15-12 District powers; limitations
§ 5-15-13 Authority to impose property tax levy
§ 5-15-14 Property tax levy rescission election
§ 5-15-15 Tax increment financing; gross receipts tax increment to secure bonds
§ 5-15-15.1 Filing fee for evaluating use of state gross receipts tax increment
§ 5-15-16 Bonding authority; gross receipts tax increment
§ 5-15-17 Property tax increment bonds
§ 5-15-18 Bonding authority; property tax increment
§ 5-15-19 Refunding bonds
§ 5-15-20 General bonding authority of a tax increment development district; other limitations
§ 5-15-20.1 Debt service reserve account
§ 5-15-21 Approval required for issuance of bonds against state gross receipts tax increments
§ 5-15-22 Exemption from taxation
§ 5-15-23 Protection from impairment
§ 5-15-24 Tax increment accounting procedures
§ 5-15-25 Modification of tax increment development area boundaries or tax increment development plan
§ 5-15-25.1 Base year revision; resolution; comment period;
§ 5-15-25.2 Base year revision; approval
§ 5-15-25.3 Base year revision; effect
§ 5-15-26 Termination of tax increment development district
§ 5-15-27 Dedication of gross receipts tax increment; notice to taxation and revenue department
§ 5-15-28 Bond term expiration
§ 5-15-29 Report required

Terms Used In New Mexico Statutes > Chapter 5 > Article 15 - Tax Increment for Development

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