ࡱ> #` >bjbj .*ZZZZZZZnv'v'v'8'<'4nI*(*(*(*(*(b)H-/IIIIIII$JhLV8IZ/^)^)//8IZZ*(*(4MIh7h7h7/FZ*(Z*(Ih7/Ih7h7ZZh7*(( Sv'*3h7IcI0Ih7=M5=Mh7h7 =MZD//h7/////8I8I 7^///I////nnnR$nnnRnnnZZZZZZ ARTICLE II. LOCAL VEHICLE LICENSE* Sec. 21-36. Definition(s). Resident of the cityDomicile means any person having a place of abode in the city, irrespective of any intention on the part of any person to return to or to establish a residence domicile outside of the city at some future time. The term "resident of the city" domicile shall also be construed as to embraceing any corporation or firm having an office or place of business in the city. Sec. 21-37. General requirements. License Fee; situs, requirement thereof; violations. (a)No person shall operate or permit a motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer controlled by him to be operated upon the streets of the city which is not licensed according to the provisions of this article. or which does not have attached thereto and displayed thereon the license decal assigned thereto by the city treasurer for the current license year in accordance with the provisions of this article. A violation of this section shall constitute a traffic infraction and shall be enforceable and punishable as such. (b)Police officers, special police officers and such other employees or agents of the city as the chief of police or treasurer may designate shall deliver to the operator of any motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer which is not licensed pursuant to this article, or attach to any parked vehicle which is not so licensed, a notice to the owner thereof that he is in violation of this article and instructing the owner that he may report, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and present to the police division or the treasurer's office a proper license duly issued to him under this article, and pay, as a penalty for and in full satisfaction of such violation, the sum of one hundred dollars ($100.00). (c)Any person who shall desire to contest a citation issued under subsection (b) shall present the citation to the police division, or the treasurer's office within thirty (30) days of the issuance of the citation to register his/her intent to contest the violation. Failure to initiate this action within thirty (30) days shall constitute waiver and the matter shall proceed for collection. Upon timely registration of intent to contest, the citation shall be certified by the police division or treasurer on an appropriate form to the General District Court. (a) There is hereby imposed, on every motor vehicle, trailer and semitrailer which is normally garaged, stored or parked within the city limits, a license fee at the rates set forth in Section 21-41. If it cannot be determined where such motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer is normally garaged, stored or parked, the situs for the purpose of imposing this license fee shall be the domicile of its owner. The commissioner of the revenue shall determine applicability of this section and the treasurer shall bill and collect the license fees assessed. Every owner of a motor vehicle, trailer and/or semitrailer normally garaged, stored or parked within the city limits shall pay the license fee on or before December 5 of the preceding license year, or within ten (10) days of purchasing a state license for such vehicle, or within thirty (30) days of moving the situs of the vehicle to the city, whichever is sooner. (b) It shall be unlawful for any person to operate, garage, store or park a motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer within the city without having paid the license fee therefore. (c)Police officers, special police officers and such other employees or agents of the city as the chief of police or treasurer may designate shall attach to any vehicle which is not so licensed, a notice to the owner thereof that he is in violation of this article and instructing the owner that he may report and present to the treasurer's office proper evidence of payment of the license fee for such vehicle and pay, as a penalty for and in full satisfaction of such violation, the sum of one hundred ($100.00) dollars. (d)Any person who shall desire to contest a citation issued under subsection (c) shall present the citation to the treasurer's office within thirty (30) days of the issuance of the citation to register his/her intent to contest the violation. Failure to initiate this action within thirty (30) days shall constitute waiver and the matter shall proceed for collection. Upon timely registration of intent to contest, the citation shall be certified by the treasurer on an appropriate form to the General District Court. Sec. 21-38. Exemptions for nonresidents. (a)Except as provided in subsection (b), nNo license shall be required under this article of a nonresident of the city who shall use a motor vehicle exclusively for his personal transportation to and from a place of business in the city. (b)Any owner or operator of a motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer from another locality shall be required to display on his vehicle a valid local decal issued by any locality that is a party to a compact with the City of Hampton for the regional enforcement of local motor vehicle license requirements; provided that the owner or operator is required by the jurisdiction of situs to obtain and display such license. A violation of this section shall constitute a traffic infraction and shall be enforceable and punishable as such. (b) No person shall be required to pay the license fee prescribed by this article on any vehicle for which an annual registration certificate and license are not required by Code of Virginia, title 46.2, on any vehicle specifically exempt under the provisions of Code of Virginia, 46.2-755, or on any vehicle owned by any person in active military service who is in the city solely by reason of military orders and who has legal residence in a state other than Virginia. Provided, however, that every person claiming an exemption under this section who owns and operates a motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer which is normally garaged, stored, or parked within the boundaries of the city must still provide to the commissioner of the revenue proof that the owner of a vehicle is exempted under this section. If the status of the owner of the vehicle changes so as to no longer qualify the vehicle for the exemption provided herein, the owner shall forthwith notify the commissioner of the revenue within 30 days of the date of such change in status, give the reason for the status change, and shall comply with all other provisions of this article. (c)Police officers, special police officers and such other employees or agents of the city as the chief of police or treasurer may designate shall deliver to the operator of any motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer which is not licensed pursuant to this article, or attach to any parked vehicle which is not so licensed, a notice to the owner thereof that he is in violation of this article and instructing the owner that he may report, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and present to the police division or the treasurer's office a proper license duly issued to him, and pay, as a penalty for and in full satisfaction of such violation, the sum of one hundred ($100.00). (c) In the event the owner of the motor vehicle is a full time student attending an institution of higher education, the situs shall be the domicile of such student, provided the student has presented sufficient evidence that he has paid personal property tax on the motor vehicle in his domicile. (d)Any person who shall desire to contest a citation issued under subsection (c) shall present the citation to the police division, or the treasurer's office within thirty (30) days of the issuance of the citation to register his/her intent to contest the violation. Failure to initiate this action within thirty (30) days shall constitute waiver and the matter shall proceed for collection. Upon timely registration of intent to contest, the citation shall be certified by the police division or treasurer on an appropriate form to the General District Court. Sec. 21-39. Separate license for trailers and semitrailers. Trailers and semitrailers shall be licensed separately under this article from the vehicles to which they are attached. Sec. 21-40. Tax imposed; when license tax to be paid and license decal obtained. Invoice for license fee and payment. (a)For each and every calendar year, beginning January 1 and ending December 31 of each such year, every person having a place of residence in the city shall pay a license tax on every motor vehicle, trailer and semitrailer normally garaged, stored or parked by such person in the city, and every person having a place of business in the city shall pay a license tax on every motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer normally garaged, stored or parked by such person in the city in connection with such business, and every person not having a place of residence or business within the city shall pay a license tax on every motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer which he habitually operates in the city in furtherance of some business or occupation carried on within the city. Such persons shall also obtain a license decal for each such vehicle on or before the fifteenth of February of each year, or within ten (10) days of purchasing a state license for such vehicle obtained after such date, or within thirty (30) days of becoming a resident of the city or beginning to operate such vehicle on the streets of the city. (b)Any person residing temporarily within the city and who shall own or have in his custody or under his control a motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer bearing an identification tag issued by a jurisdiction other than this state, and who shall operate or permit the operation of such vehicle on the streets of the city, shall obtain a license decal for such vehicle at such time as, under the laws and regulations of this state, a state license shall be required for such vehicle. (c)The commissioner of the revenue is charged with the responsibility of determining the applicability of this section. (a)After a motor vehicle, trailer, or semitrailer has been assessed for personal property tax purposes by the commissioner of revenue, a license fee as set forth by section 21-41 shall be charged to such motor vehicle, trailer, or semitrailer. The city treasurer shall mail the taxpayer a bill for the license fee for the current and each subsequent year. The license fee shall be listed as a separate item on each year's annual personal property tax bill, which payment shall be due on or before December 5th of the year preceding the year for which the license is purchased, or as indicated on the bill. (b)Upon payment to the treasurer of the license fee prescribed by this article and in compliance with all other applicable provisions of this article, the city treasurer shall mark the treasurer's records that a license fee has been paid on the applicant's vehicle for which the fee was charged. Sec. 21-41. Amount of tax--Generally. (a)Amount of tax. The license tax imposed by this article on all motor vehicles, trailers or semitrailers that have situs in the city as described in this article for any portion of the year between January 1 and June 30 shall be as follows: (1)Twenty-eight dollars ($28.00) for a passenger car, if such passenger car is not used for the transportation of passengers for compensation and is not kept or used for rent or for hire, or is not operated under a lease without a chauffeur. (2)Thirty cents ($0.30) per one hundred (100) pounds of weight or major fraction thereof for a private motor vehicle, other than a motorcycle, with a normal seating capacity of more than ten (10) adult persons, including the driver, if such private motor vehicle is not used for the transportation of passengers for compensation and is not kept or used for rent or for hire or is not operated under a lease without a chauffeur; provided, that in no case shall the tax be less than twenty dollars ($20.00). (3)Thirty cents ($0.30) per one hundred (100) pounds of weight or major fraction thereof for a private school bus; provided that, in no case shall the tax be less than twenty dollars ($20.00). (4)Twenty dollars ($20.00) for a trailer or semitrailer designed for use as living quarters for human beings. (5)Ten dollars ($10.00), plus thirty cents ($0.30) per one hundred (100) pounds of weight or major fraction thereof for each motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer used as a common carrier of passengers, operating in intracity transportation over the public streets, roads, bridges and routes of the city. (6)Ten dollars ($10.00), plus forty-five cents ($0.45) per one hundred (100) pounds of weight or major fraction thereof for each motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer kept or used for rent or for hire or operated under a lease without a chauffeur for the transportation of passengers. This tax does not apply to vehicles used as common carriers. (7)Ten dollars ($10.00), plus forty-five cents ($0.45) per one hundred (100) pounds of weight or major fraction thereof for a taxicab or other vehicle kept for rent or hire and operated with a chauffeur for the transportation of passengers. This tax does not apply to vehicles used as common carriers. (8)Fifteen dollars ($15.00) for a motorcycle with or without a sidecar. (9)Twenty dollars ($20.00) for a bus used exclusively for transportation to and from Sunday school or church, for the purpose of divine worship. (10)Ten dollars ($10.00), plus forty-five cents ($0.45) per one hundred (100) pounds of weight or major fraction thereof for other passenger-carrying vehicles. In addition to the taxes set forth above, a fee of five dollars ($5.00) shall be imposed for the annual registration of a motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer referred to above exceeding four thousand (4,000) pounds. (b)Means for computing taxes and fees. The manufacturer's shipping weight or scale weight shall be used for computing all taxes and fees imposed by this section when based upon the weight of the vehicle. (c)Burden of proof. The applicant for a license shall bear the burden of proof that the vehicle for which a license is sought is entitled, by weight, design and use, to be licensed for the amount tendered by the applicant to the city treasurer. (d)Exception to subsections (a)(6) and (7). The taxes imposed by subsection (a)(6) and (7) above to be paid for the operation of motor vehicles used for rent or hire shall not be required for the operation of any motor vehicle with a normal seating capacity of not more than six (6) adult persons including the driver. (1)While used not for profit in transporting person who, as a common undertaking, bear or agree to bear all or a part of the actual cost of such operation; or (2)While used by a lessee renting or hiring such vehicle for a period of twelve (12) months or longer under a written lease or agreement; and, for the purpose of this section, every such motor vehicle shall be treated as a private motor vehicle for which the license tax shall be twenty-eight dollars ($28.00); provided, however, that if such vehicle exceeds the weight of four thousand (4,000) pounds, such tax shall be thirty-three dollars ($33.00) (e)Exemption carriers operating under certificates of public convenience and necessity. The above provisions of this section shall not apply to any carrier operating under a certificate of public convenience and necessity issued by the state corporation commission for buses operated in special or chartered party service, nor shall the provisions of subsections (a)(6) and (7) above apply to any carrier operating under a certificate of public convenience and necessity issued by the state corporation commission or the interstate commerce commission, or under a local franchise granted by any city or town. (f)No license tax shall be charged for motor vehicles, trailers or semitrailers that do not have situs in the city as described in this article for any portion of the year between January 1, and June 30 of the license year. (g)The license tax imposed by this article shall be in addition to any other city license tax. Sec. 21-42. Same--For vehicles not designed or used for transportation of passengers--Generally. (a)The annual city license tax to be paid by owners of all motor vehicles, trailers and semitrailers not designed and used for the transportation of passengers, except as otherwise herein provided, shall be determined by the gross weight of the vehicle or combination of vehicles of which it is a part, when loaded to the maximum capacity for which it is registered and licensed by the state, according to the license taxes herein set forth. There shall be paid a license tax of eighteen cents ($0.18) per one hundred (100) pounds, or fraction thereof, of such gross weight, up to twelve thousand (12,000) pounds, and a tax of twenty-three cents ($0.23) per one hundred (100) pounds, or fraction thereof, for vehicles weighing twelve thousand one (12,001) pounds and more; provided that, in no case shall the license tax be less than twenty dollars ($20.00) nor more than one hundred twenty dollars ($120.00). (b)In the case of a combination of tractor truck and a trailer or semitrailer, each vehicle constituting a part of such combination shall be licensed as a separate vehicle and a separate license shall be issued therefore. The tax for a trailer or semitrailer unit shall be twenty dollars ($20.00). The tax for each tractor unit shall be as prescribed in subsection (a) above, based on gross weight, such gross weight being determined by the aggregate gross weight of the entire combination of vehicles of which the tractor unit constitutes a part; provided that, in no case shall the tax for a tractor unit be less than twenty dollars ($20.00) nor more than one hundred five dollars ($105.00). (c)The annual city license tax to be paid by the owner of any motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer upon which well-drilling machinery is attached and which is permanently used solely for transporting such machinery shall be twenty dollars ($20.00). Sec. 21-43. Same--Same--For one- and two-wheeled trailers. The annual city license tax to be paid by the owner of a one- or two-wheeled trailer of a cradle flatbed or open pickup type, which has a body width not greater than the width of the motor vehicle to which it is attached at any time of operation and which is pulled or towed by a passenger car or station wagon or a pickup or panel truck having an actual gross vehicle weight not exceeding five thousand (5,000) pounds, and which is used for carrying property not exceeding one thousand five hundred (1,500) pounds at any one (1) time, shall be six dollars and fifty cents ($6.50). Nothing in this section shall be construed as applying a tax to trailers or semitrailers designed for use as living quarters for human beings or to those trailers or semitrailers operated under lease or rental agreement or operated for compensation. Sec. 21-44. Tax not to exceed amount of state tax. If any license tax imposed by this article shall exceed, when computed in accordance with the terms of this article, the amount of the license tax imposed by the state on the same motor vehicle trailer or semitrailer, the license tax imposed upon such vehicle by this article shall be in an amount equal to the license tax imposed by the state and in no case shall the license tax imposed by this article exceed the amount of the license tax imposed by the state on the same vehicle. Sec. 21-45. Determination of tax on vehicles used as service or wrecking cranes. For the purpose of determining the annual city license tax to be paid by the owners of motor vehicles used as service or wrecking cranes, such motor vehicles, when used in connection with the business of any person engaged in selling motor vehicles or repairing the same, shall be treated as other similar private motor vehicles and not as motor vehicles operating for compensation or for hire. Sec. 21-46. When collection of tax to begin. The city treasurer shall begin collecting the license taxes imposed by this article no sooner than by November 10th of the preceding license year. Sec. 21-47. Reserved. Sec. 21-48. Applicant to present state registration card. Each applicant for a license under this article shall present to the commissioner of the revenue the state registration card for the vehicle to be licensed. and such license shall not be issued unless such card is presented. Sec. 21-49. Payment of vehicle personal property taxes and unpaid parking tickets prerequisite to licensing. (a)No license shall be issued under this article unless the applicant therefore has produced to the city treasurer satisfactory evidence that all personal property taxes upon the motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer to be licensed have been paid and satisfactory evidence that any delinquent motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer personal property taxes owing have been paid which have been properly assessed or are assessable against the applicant by the city (b)No license shall be issued under this article unless all fines owed to the city by the owner of the motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer for violations of city ordinances governing parking of vehicles have been paid or dismissed pursuant to applicable contest proceedings, or are the subject of pending contest proceedings that were timely initiated under section 21-37(c) or 21-38(d), above. The provisions of this subsection shall not apply to vehicles owned by firms or companies in the business of renting motor vehicles. Sec. 21-50. Issuance of license decal generally. The city treasurer shall issue to each person paying the license tax imposed by this article a suitable license decal for each private passenger motor vehicle, each passenger motor vehicle for hire, including taxicabs, each truck, including tractor-trucks, and each bus. For all other motor vehicles, trailers and semitrailers, the city treasurer shall issue to each person paying the license tax imposed by this article a suitable license decal. (Ord. No. 1426, 6-14-06) Sec. 21-51. Size of decal. The size of a license decal issued under this article shall be in compliance with regulations promulgated by the superintendent. (Ord. No. 1426, 6-14-06) Sec. 21-52. Issuance of volunteer fireman's tag or plate. (a)Appropriate vehicle license tags or number plates shall be issued to members of the volunteer fire companies of the city by the city manager, at the expense of the city. Any person who has been issued a volunteer fireman's tag or number plate shall within ten (10) days of the date that his name has been removed from the roles of a volunteer fire company, turn in such tag or number plate to the volunteer fire company of which he was a member. The issuance of a volunteer fire company tag or number plate pursuant to the provisions of this section shall not excuse any person from complying with the requirements of this article, but no charge or fee shall be made for the issuance of a tag or number plate pursuant to this section. (b)It shall be unlawful for any person to knowingly display or to use any tag or number plate issued under this section, unless he is a member of a volunteer fire company of the city. Sec. 21-53. Issuance of license decal to nondomiciliary military personnel; recognition of military base decals. (a)The city treasurer shall issue, upon proper application, to nondomiciliary military personnel residing in the city whose motor vehicle is registered with the vehicles to be registered in the commonwealth, an appropriate license decal which shall contain a number for registration by the city prefixed by the letter "M." The applicant shall give the address of his local military unit, his local address, the address of his domicile and the state registration of the vehicle prior to the issuance of such decal. Such decal shall be displayed as required by this article for similar decals and duplicates and transfers of decals shall be issued to such nondomiciliary military personnel in accordance with this article, except that no fee shall be charged for such duplicates and transfers. (b)In the enforcement of the provisions of this article, the director of public safety is hereby authorized to recognize, by directive, duly issued current military base registration decals as the equivalent of the decal authorized to be issued by this section. (Ord. No. 1426, 6-14-06) Sec. 21-54. Issuance of decal to residents of department of veteran affairs; recognition of department of veteran affairs decals. (a)The city treasurer shall issue, upon proper application, to persons residing on the department of veteran affairs property in the city, an appropriate vehicle license decal which shall contain a number for registration by the city prefixed by the letters "VA." The applicant shall give his local address and the state registration of the vehicle prior to the issuance of such decal. Such decal shall be displayed as required by this article for similar decals, and duplicates and transfers of decals shall be issued to such persons in accordance with this article, except that no fee shall be charged for such duplicates and transfers. (b)In the enforcement of the provisions of this article, the director of public safety is hereby authorized to recognize, by directive, duly issued current department of veteran affairs registration decals as the equivalent of the decal authorized to be issued by this section. (Ord. No. 1426, 6-14-06) Sec. 21-55. Display of decal generally. A license decal issued under this article shall be placed by the owner of the vehicle on the inside of the windshield of the vehicle for which it is issued. At the option of the owner, such decal shall be affixed either at the upper edge of the center of the windshield or at some other place which may be designated by the superintendent. (Ord. No. 1426, 6-14-06) Sec. 21-56. Decal to be legible and unobstructed. Any vehicle license decal required by this article shall be kept clean and in good repair so that the letters and numbers thereon shall be legible at all times, and no tire, bumper or other object shall be carried on the vehicle in such a manner as to obstruct a plain view of such license decal. (Ord. No. 1426, 6-14-06) Sec. 21-57. Display of decal on vehicle other than that for which issued. No person shall display, cause or permit to be displayed, any license decal issued under this article, knowing the same to have been originally issued for another vehicle and not having had the same properly transferred as provided in this article. A violation of this section shall constitute a Class 1 misdemeanor. (Ord. No. 1426, 6-14-06) Sec. 21-58. Display of expired decal. Any license decal required to be displayed upon a vehicle by this article shall be current. It shall be unlawful for any person to display any such license decal after the same has expired. Any violation of this section shall constitute a Class 4 misdemeanor. (Ord. No. 1426, 6-14-06) Sec. 21-59. Display or possession of fictitious, cancelled, etc., decal. No person shall display, cause or permit to be displayed or have in his possession any license decal required by this article, knowing the same to be fictitious or to have been cancelled, revoked, suspended or altered. A violation of this section shall constitute a Class 1 misdemeanor. (Ord. No. 1426, 6-14-06) Sec. 21-60. Permitting use of decal by another. No person shall lend, or knowingly permit the use of, by one not entitled thereto, any license decal issued pursuant to this article. A violation of this section shall constitute a Class 1 misdemeanor. (Ord. No. 1426, 6-14-06) Sec. 21-61. Duplicate or substitute decal when original mutilated or lost. In the event any license decal issued pursuant to this article shall be mutilated or lost, the person entitled thereto shall make application for and obtain a duplicate or substitute therefore upon furnishing information of such fact by affidavit or otherwise satisfactory to the city treasurer, and except as otherwise provided in sections 21-53 and 21-54, upon the payment of the fee of one dollar ($1.00) for each duplicate or substitute license decal. (Ord. No. 1426, 6-14-06) Sec. 21-62. Issuance of new decal for substitute vehicle. (a)Any person who has paid a license tax required by this article for any vehicle, and who desires to change the same to cover another vehicle, shall present his license tax receipt and license decal to the commissioner of the revenue for transfer to such other vehicle, and except as otherwise provided in sections 21-53 and 21-54, pay a fee of one dollar ($1.00). (b)The owner of a vehicle for which a decal was issued under this article, who desires to change the license to cover another vehicle, shall present his license tax receipt and shall furnish proof by affidavit or otherwise satisfactory to the commissioner of the revenue that the license decal has been removed and destroyed from the vehicle for which it was originally issued, and except as otherwise provided in sections 21-53 and 21-54, shall pay a fee of one dollar ($1.00). (c)In the event such substitute vehicle is of greater weight or of larger capacity than the one (1) for which the license tax was originally paid, such person shall pay in addition to such fee of one dollar ($1.00), an amount equal to the difference between the license tax paid and the one (1) required to be paid for the substitute vehicle. (d)Upon compliance with this section, the city treasurer shall issue a new license decal for such vehicle. (Ord. No. 1426, 6-14-06) Sec. 21-63. Presumption against owner of unlicensed vehicle. The finding of any motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer on any of the streets, alleys, lanes, highways or public places of the city, without proper city license decal attached thereto, shall be prima facie evidence that the vehicle was operated on the streets of the city by the owner thereof and that the owner thereof is a member of the class of persons required to have a city license decal under the provisions of this article. (Ord. No. 1426, 6-14-06) Sec. 21-64. Refund of tax. (a)Any person paying a license tax on a vehicle under the requirements of this article shall be entitled to a refund upon furnishing proof, by affidavit or otherwise, satisfactory to the city treasurer commissioner of the revenue that such license is no longer required under this article. the license decal has been removed from the vehicle for which it was issued and destroyed, or upon surrendering to the city treasurer the license decal issued under the provisions of this article and upon producing satisfactory evidence that such license decal is no longer required under this article. No refund shall be made after February January fifteenth of such year. (b)The city treasurer shall issue to any person entitled to receive the refund provided for in this section a certificate showing such person to be entitled to a refund of the amount stated in such certificate and the treasurer shall forward a copy of such certificate to the director of finance authorizing a refund to the person and in the amount set forth in such certificate. Sec. 21-65. Giving false affidavit under article. Any person who shall give a false affidavit under the provisions of this article shall be guilty of a Class 3 misdemeanor. Sec. 21-66. Agreement with Department of Motor Vehicles. a)The city treasurer shall enter into a formal agreement with the commissioner of the state Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) whereby DMV will refuse to issue or renew any state vehicle registration of any applicant who owes to the city any vehicle license fee or personal property taxes, including delinquent taxes. 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