21.45.15 96th Legislative Session 829
Introduced by: Senator Frye-Mueller
An Act to revise the definition of the term owner-occupied single-family dwelling for property tax classification purposes.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of South Dakota:
Section 1. That § 10-13-39 be AMENDED:
10-13-39. Classification of owner--occupied single-family dwelling.
Each owner-occupied single-family dwelling in this state is specifically classified for the purpose of taxation. For the purposes of this section, an owner-occupied single-family dwelling is:
condominium apartment, residential housing consisting of four or less
family units, town house, town home, housing cooperatives where
membership in the cooperative is strictly limited to stockholder
occupants of the building, dwelling as classified in § 10-13-39.1,
and manufactured or mobile home as defined in § 32-3-1
is assessed and taxed as a separate unit ,
including an attached or unattached garage and the;
(2) The parcel of land upon which the structure listed in subdivision (1) is situated, as recorded in the records of the director of equalization; and
(3) One or more garages or other accessory structures, on the parcel of land upon which the structure listed in subdivision (1) is situated, that are used for noncommercial purposes.
A person may only have one dwelling, which is the person's principal place of residence as defined in § 12-1-4, classified as an owner-occupied single-family dwelling. If the owner occupies fifty percent or more of the living space within the dwelling, the entire dwelling is classified as an owner-occupied single- family dwelling. If the owner occupies a duplex, triplex, or fourplex, or less than fifty percent of the living space within the dwelling, the portion of the dwelling so occupied shall be classified as an owner-occupied single-family dwelling.
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