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LAWPOINTS 40
John A. Woodside (0.6 miles)
Banking & Finance, Tax
500 West Illinois, Suite 300
Midland, TX 79701, Midland County
LAWPOINTS 29
Brian Alan Merkley (1.1 miles)
Tax, Business & Trade, Wills & Probate, Business, Elder Law
400 W. Illinois, Suite 1400
Midland, TX 79701, Midland County
LAWPOINTS 31
A. M. Nunley (3.1 miles)
Tax, Wills & Probate, Elder Law
3300 N A St, Bldg 8-125
Midland, TX 79705, Midland County
LAWPOINTS 29
Alvaro Martinez (2.0 miles)
Tax, Real Estate, Criminal, Bankruptcy, Business & Trade
1703 N. Big Spring,
Midland, TX 79701, Midland County
LAWPOINTS 24
John A. Woodside (1.0 miles)
Tax, Real Estate, Banking & Finance
500 W Illinois, Po Box 2776, Ste 300 Midland Tx 79701
Midland, TX 79702, Midland County
LAWPOINTS 21
Michael Dale Cropper (1.0 miles)
Tax, Business & Trade, Wills & Probate, Business
Midland, TX 79702, Midland County
LAWPOINTS 21
Tanya Elizabeth Bidwell (3.1 miles)
Tax
3300 N. A St., Building 2, Suite 212
Midland, TX 79705, Midland County
LAWPOINTS 19
Mark D. Threadgill (0.8 miles)
Tax, Real Estate, Dispute Resolution, Antitrust, Business & Trade
1509 West Wall St, Suite 100
Midland, TX 79701, Midland County
LAWPOINTS 19
Alan Hoge Meyers (1.2 miles)
Tax, Real Estate, Business & Trade, Wills & Probate, Business
505 N Big Spring St, Ste 104
Midland, TX 79701, Midland County
LAWPOINTS 19
Weldon Tracy Crites (2.1 miles)
Tax
1031 Andrews Hwy, Suite 210
Midland, TX 79701, Midland County
LAWPOINTS 16
John Davidson Hefley (4.5 miles)
Tax, Real Estate, Oil & Gas, Wills & Probate
3325 Caldera Blvd.,
Midland, TX 79707, Midland County
LAWPOINTS 36
Jack Devere Ladd (17.0 miles)
Tax, Real Estate, Bankruptcy, Business & Trade, Consumer Bankruptcy
3800 E 42nd St, Ste 500
Odessa, TX 79762, Ector County
LAWPOINTS 34
Shane Matthew Bebout (17.0 miles)
Tax, Real Estate, International, Dispute Resolution, Bankruptcy
3800 E 42nd St, Ste 409
Odessa, TX 79762, Ector County
LAWPOINTS 29
Daniel Joseph Hollmann (17.0 miles)
Tax, Business & Trade, Business
3800 E 42nd St, Ste 500
Odessa, TX 79762, Ector County
LAWPOINTS 29
Bryan De Wees Mackay (17.0 miles)
Tax, Real Estate, Business & Trade, Litigation, Oil & Gas
3800 E. 42nd St., Suite 500
Odessa, TX 79762, Ector County
LAWPOINTS 24
Sara Kate Billingsley (17.0 miles)
Tax, Real Estate, Criminal, Business & Trade, Consumer Bankruptcy
3800 E 42nd St, Ste 601, Suite 601
Odessa, TX 79762, Ector County
LAWPOINTS 24
Amber Lauren James (17.0 miles)
Tax, Bankruptcy, Business & Trade, Credit & Debt, Litigation
3800 E 42nd St, Ste 500
Odessa, TX 79762, Ector County
LAWPOINTS 24
Daniel Anthony Albidrez (18.2 miles)
Tax, Administrative Law, Public Schools, Government, Education
1301 E 8th St, Ste 200
Odessa, TX 79761, Ector County

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Sample TX Tax Cases

... 1. Applicable Law. Section 11.18 of the Tax Code provides an exemption to charitable organizations from ad valorem property taxation. Tex. Tax Code Ann. ... Appellant claims private property exempt under federal law is exempt from taxation by the state. ...

... The Texas constitution states in relevant part the Legislature "may" exempt from taxation "all buildings used . . . for school purposes." TEX. ... Article VIII, section 2(a) of the Texas constitution provides, inter alia, the Legislature "may" exempt from taxation "all buildings used . . . ...

... (b) An organization is entitled to an exemption from taxation of improved or unimproved real property it owns if the organization: ... v. Gonzalez, 82 SW3d 322, 327 (Tex.2002). Exemptions from taxation are not favored by the law and will not be favorably construed. ...

... 473 The question presented is who owns those improvements for purpose of taxation under the property tax code. ... The tenants argued that the improvements were actually owned by the Town and were therefore exempt from taxation. ...

... It is a long-standing rule that exemptions from taxation are subject to strict construction because they place a greater burden on other tax-paying businesses and individuals rather than placing the burden on all taxpayers equally. ... 51 Am.Jur. 777, 779, 804, Taxation, Secs. ...

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