Texas Special District Local Laws Code
Sec. § 3975.0604
Tax After Municipal Annexation


(a)

This section applies to the district after a municipality annexes part of the territory in the district and imposes the municipalitys sales and use tax in the annexed territory.

(b)

If at the time of annexation the district has outstanding debt or other obligations payable wholly or partly from district sales and use tax revenue, Section 321.102 (Effective Dates: New Tax, Tax Repeal, Boundary Change)(g), Tax Code, applies to the district.

(c)

If at the time of annexation the district does not have outstanding debt or other obligations payable wholly or partly from district sales and use tax revenue, the district may:

(1)

exclude the annexed territory from the district, if the district has no outstanding debt or other obligations payable from any source; or

(2)

reduce the sales and use tax in the annexed territory by resolution or order of the board to a rate that, when added to the sales and use tax rate imposed by the municipality in the annexed territory, is equal to the sales and use tax rate imposed by the district in the district territory that was not annexed by the municipality.
Added by Acts 2019, 86th Leg., R.S., Ch. 1257 (H.B. 4662), Sec. 1, eff. June 14, 2019.
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