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Texas Vernon’s Civil Statutes Chapter 11 – Cotton

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Texas Vernon’s Civil Statutes Chapter 11 – County Schools

§ 2676a Election of County Board of School Trustees in Counties of 100,000 to 200,000
§ 2676b Election of County-Wide District Trustees in Counties of 5,150 to 5,175
§ 2676c Election of County School Trustees in Counties of 2,000,000 or More
§ 2685a Expenses of Administering Scholastic Affairs in Certain Counties
§ 2685b Counties of 5,100 to 5,200; Expenses of Administering Scholastic Affairs
§ 2685b-1 Counties of 5,950 to 6,050; Expenses of Administering Scholastic Affairs
§ 2687b Meetings in Counties of 130,000 to 133,000 Population
§ 2687c Meetings in Counties of 48,800 to 50,400; Compensation
§ 2687d Meetings of Trustees in Certain Counties; Compensation
§ 2688b Appointment of County Superintendent in Counties of Over 350,000
§ 2688d Certain Counties of Not More Than 4 School Districts; Office Abolished; County Judge to Perform Duties
§ 2688g Counties of 600,000 With 4 or More School Districts; Election; Abolition of Office; Transfer of Duties
§ 2688h Counties of 190,000 to 205,000; County Superintendent and Board of Trustees; Abolition of Offices; Transfer of Duties; Assistants to County Judge
§ 2688i-1 County Superintendents, Ex Officio County Superintendents and County Boards of Education; Abolition of Offices in Certain Counties; Transfer of Duties
§ 2688k Counties of 16,000 or More; Ex Officio School Superintendent and County Board of Education; Abolition of Offices; Transfer of Duties
§ 2688n Counties of 25,750 to 28,000; County Superintendents; Abolition of Office; Transfer of Duties
§ 2700b Superintendent’S Salary and Office Expenses in Certain Counties
§ 2700c Superintendent’S Salary and Office Expenses in Counties of 12,100 to 12,190 Population
§ 2700d Superintendent’S Salary and Expenses in Counties of 100,000 to 150,000 Population
§ 2700d-2 Superintendent’S Salary in Counties Having a Population of 4,660 and Not More Than 4,700
§ 2700d-4 Superintendent’S Salary in Counties of 2865 and Not More Than 2870, Etc
§ 2700d-5 Superintendent’S Expenditures in Certain Counties
§ 2700d-6 County Superintendent’S Salary and Traveling Expenses
§ 2700d-7 County Superintendent’S Office and Travelling Expenses in Counties of Enumerated Population
§ 2700d-8 Office and Traveling Expenses of Superintendent and Assistants
§ 2700d-9 County Superintendent’S Office and Traveling Expenses in Counties of 13,125 to 13,145
§ 2700d-10 Office and Traveling Expenses in Counties of 30,708 to 30,750
§ 2700d-11 Office and Traveling Expenses in Counties of 49,000 to 49,025
§ 2700d-12 Office and Traveling Expenses in Counties of 29,400 to 29,450 and Other Counties
§ 2700d-13 Office and Traveling Expenses in Counties of 32,400 to 32,500
§ 2700d-14 Office and Traveling Expenses in Counties of 27,441 to 27,450 and Other Counties
§ 2700d-15 Office and Traveling Expenses in Counties of 10,050 to 10,075 and Certain Other Counties
§ 2700d-16 Office and Traveling Expenses of County Superintendents and Assistants in Counties of Enumerated Population
§ 2700d-17 Salary and Expenses of Superintendents in Counties of Enumerated Population
§ 2700d-18 Salary and Expenses of Superintendents in Counties of Enumerated Population
§ 2700d-19 County Superintendent–Expenses
§ 2700d-20 Superintendent’S Salary in Counties of 15,760 to 15,790
§ 2700d-21 Traveling Expenses of Superintendents in Counties of 15,725 to 15,775 Population
§ 2700d-22 Salary and Expenses of Superintendents in Counties of Enumerated Population
§ 2700d-23 Expenses of Superintendent and Trustees in Administration of Scholastic Affairs in Certain Counties
§ 2700d-24 Traveling and Other Expenses of Superintendent in Counties of 19,890 to 19,905 Population
§ 2700d-25 Superintendent’S Salary in Counties of 18,760 to 18,960 Population
§ 2700d-26 Superintendent’S Salary in Counties of 29,750 to 30,025 Population; Reports
§ 2700d-27 Superintendent’S Salaries in Counties Having Population of 22,100 to 22,500; 41,050 to 42,100; 22,600 to 22,800; 14,550 to 14,800; 11,021 to 11,050; Reports
§ 2700d-28 Salary and Expenses of Superintendents in Counties of 197,000 to 198,000 and 32,400 to 32,800 Population; Proration of Allowance; Reports
§ 2700d-29 Travelling Expenses of Superintendents in Counties of 22,500 to 22,600 Population
§ 2700d-30 Superintendent’S Salary in Counties of 14,535 to 14,555 Population
§ 2700d-31 Travelling and Office Expenses of Superintendents in Counties of 13,400 to 13,500 and 5,180 to 5,190 Population
§ 2700d-32 Salary of Superintendent in Counties of 23,880 to 23,890 and 6,000 to 6,010 Population
§ 2700d-33 Salary of Superintendent in Counties of 43,125 to 43,200 Population
§ 2700d-34 Salary in Counties of 20,790 to 20,825
§ 2700d-35 Salary and Office and Traveling Expenses in Counties of 10,360 to 10,380 and Counties of 10,399 to 10,499
§ 2700d-36 Office and Traveling Expenses in Counties of 24,578 to 24,580 and Counties of 64,400 to 64,500
§ 2700d-37 County Superintendent–Salary and Expenses–Compensation of School Trustees–Counties of 13,450 to 13,600 and 19,950 to 20,100 Population
§ 2700d-38 Salaries in Counties of 34,600 to 34,700 and Counties of 13,800 to 13,900
§ 2700d-39 Salaries in Counties of 77,000 to 77,600; 51,770 to 51,800; 12,190 to 12,200; 13,400 to 13,500; 27,500 to 27,600
§ 2700d-40 County Superintendent–Salaries–Counties of 23,620 to 23,800 and 12,460 to 12,780 Population
§ 2700d-41 Office and Traveling Expenses of County Superintendent or Ex Officio County Superintendent in Counties of 8,200 to 8,500
§ 2700d-42 Traveling Expenses of Ex Officio County Superintendent or Assistant in Counties of 9,070 to 9,200
§ 2700d-43 Salary and Office and Traveling Expenses of County Superintendent in Certain Counties
§ 2700d-44 Automobiles for Use of County Superintendents in Counties of 500,000 or More
§ 2700e Salaries of Assistants in Counties of 13,700 to 13,800; 29,000 to 30,000 and 46,000 to 47,000
§ 2701a Rural Supervisor, Duties, Salary, Etc
§ 2701b Rural Supervisor in Certain Counties
§ 2701c Rural School Supervisor in Lieu of Teachers’ Institute
§ 2701d Rural Supervisor and Salary in Counties Having Population of 1,100 to 41,500
§ 2701d-1 Rural Supervisor and Salary in Counties Having Population of 30,000 to 30,500
§ 2701d-2 Supervisor and Salary in Counties Having Population of 28,000 to 28,327
§ 2701d-2a Rural School Supervisors
§ 2701d-4 Supervisor, Salary and Duties in Counties Having Population of 49,100 to 51,500
§ 2701d-5 Rural School Supervisors in Van Zandt and Other Counties
§ 2701e-1 Rural School Music Supervisor in Counties of 16,670 to 17,060 and 9,300 to 9,405 Population

Terms Used In Texas Vernon's Civil Statutes Chapter 11

  • Affidavit: means a statement in writing of a fact or facts signed by the party making it, sworn to before an officer authorized to administer oaths, and officially certified to by the officer under his seal of office. See Texas Government Code 312.011
  • Appraised value: means the value determined as provided by Chapter 23 of this code. See Texas Tax Code 1.04
  • Assessed value: means , for the purposes of assessment of property for taxation, the amount determined by multiplying the appraised value by the applicable assessment ratio, but, for the purposes of determining the debt limitation imposed by Article III, Section Texas Tax Code 1.04
  • Assessor: means the officer or employee responsible for assessing property taxes as provided by Chapter 26 of this code for a taxing unit by whatever title he is designated. See Texas Tax Code 1.04
  • Collector: means the officer or employee responsible for collecting property taxes for a taxing unit by whatever title he is designated. See Texas Tax Code 1.04
  • Comptroller: means the Comptroller of Public Accounts of the State of Texas. See Texas Tax Code 1.04
  • Comptroller: means the state comptroller of public accounts. See Texas Government Code 312.011
  • Conservation and reclamation district: means a district created under Article III, Section Texas Tax Code 1.04
  • Department of Public Safety: means the Department of Public Safety of the State of Texas. See Texas Family Code 1.001
  • Effects: includes all personal property and all interest in that property. See Texas Government Code 312.011
  • Improvement: means :
    (A) a building, structure, fixture, or fence erected on or affixed to land;
    (B) a transportable structure that is designed to be occupied for residential or business purposes, whether or not it is affixed to land, if the owner of the structure owns the land on which it is located, unless the structure is unoccupied and held for sale or normally is located at a particular place only temporarily; or
    (C) for purposes of an entity created under Section Texas Tax Code 1.04
  • Intangible personal property: means a claim, interest (other than an interest in tangible property), right, or other thing that has value but cannot be seen, felt, weighed, measured, or otherwise perceived by the senses, although its existence may be evidenced by a document. See Texas Tax Code 1.04
  • Justice: when applied to a magistrate, means justice of the peace. See Texas Government Code 312.011
  • Market value: means the price at which a property would transfer for cash or its equivalent under prevailing market conditions if:
    (A) exposed for sale in the open market with a reasonable time for the seller to find a purchaser;
    (B) both the seller and the purchaser know of all the uses and purposes to which the property is adapted and for which it is capable of being used and of the enforceable restrictions on its use; and
    (C) both the seller and purchaser seek to maximize their gains and neither is in a position to take advantage of the exigencies of the other. See Texas Tax Code 1.04
  • Oath: includes affirmation. See Texas Government Code 311.005
  • Official oath: means the oath required by Article XVI, Section Texas Government Code 312.011
  • Partial exemption: means an exemption of part of the value of taxable property. See Texas Tax Code 1.04
  • Person: includes corporation, organization, government or governmental subdivision or agency, business trust, estate, trust, partnership, association, and any other legal entity. See Texas Government Code 311.005
  • Personal property: means property that is not real property. See Texas Tax Code 1.04
  • Population: means the population shown by the most recent federal decennial census. See Texas Government Code 311.005
  • Possessory interest: means an interest that exists as a result of possession or exclusive use or a right to possession or exclusive use of a property and that is unaccompanied by ownership of a fee simple or life estate in the property. See Texas Tax Code 1.04
  • Property: means any matter or thing capable of private ownership. See Texas Tax Code 1.04
  • Real property: means :
    (A) land;
    (B) an improvement;
    (C) a mine or quarry;
    (D) a mineral in place;
    (E) standing timber; or
    (F) an estate or interest, other than a mortgage or deed of trust creating a lien on property or an interest securing payment or performance of an obligation, in a property enumerated in Paragraphs (A) through (E) of this subdivision. See Texas Tax Code 1.04
  • Rule: includes regulation. See Texas Government Code 311.005
  • Signature: includes the mark of a person unable to write, and "subscribe" includes the making of such a mark. See Texas Government Code 312.011
  • Signed: includes any symbol executed or adopted by a person with present intention to authenticate a writing. See Texas Government Code 311.005
  • Succeeding: means immediately following. See Texas Government Code 312.011
  • Swear: includes affirm. See Texas Government Code 311.005
  • sworn: includes affirm or affirmed. See Texas Government Code 312.011
  • Tangible personal property: means personal property that can be seen, weighed, measured, felt, or otherwise perceived by the senses, but does not include a document or other perceptible object that constitutes evidence of a valuable interest, claim, or right and has negligible or no intrinsic value. See Texas Tax Code 1.04
  • Tax year: means the calendar year. See Texas Tax Code 1.04
  • Taxable value: means the amount determined by deducting from assessed value the amount of any applicable partial exemption. See Texas Tax Code 1.04
  • Taxing unit: means a county, an incorporated city or town (including a home-rule city), a school district, a special district or authority (including a junior college district, a hospital district, a district created by or pursuant to the Water Code, a mosquito control district, a fire prevention district, or a noxious weed control district), or any other political unit of this state, whether created by or pursuant to the constitution or a local, special, or general law, that is authorized to impose and is imposing ad valorem taxes on property even if the governing body of another political unit determines the tax rate for the unit or otherwise governs its affairs. See Texas Tax Code 1.04
  • Week: means seven consecutive days. See Texas Government Code 311.005
  • Year: means 12 consecutive months. See Texas Government Code 311.005