Summary
Forfeited property, an attorney representing the state must administer property forfeited under chapter 59 of the Code of Criminal Procedure consistent with accepted accounting practices and the terms of any local agreement with a law enforcement agency|Forfeited property subject to administration under article 59.06(a) of the Code of Criminal Procedure is state property|Forfeited property, property forfeited under chapter 59 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure is generally exempt from ad valorem taxation. If exempt, the attorney representing the state need not apply for an exemption for it to be effective|Forfeited property, property forfeited under chapter 59 of the Code of Criminal Procedure may be leased as proper administration of property under article 59.06(a) of the code, and is not subject to statutory bidding procedures|Forfeited property, attorney representing the state must administer property forfeited under chapter 59 of the Code of Criminal Procedure consistent with accepted accounting practices and the terms of any local agreement with a law enforcement agency|Forfeited property, an attorney representing the state may lease forfeited property only if the lease is consistent with the local agreement and with the attorney's statutory duties to ultimately dispose of property by sale or transfer and distribute any
Opinion File
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