Amendments to the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949 as Amended (transfers of Real Property): Hearings Before a Special Subcommittee of the Committee on Government Operation House of Representatives, Eighty-third Congress, First Session, on H. R. 5605. July 20 and 21, 1953

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Page 2 - Defense with respect to the application of the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949 (Public Law 152, 81st Cong.
Page 3 - Office ; (9) to pay sums in lieu of taxes on real property declared surplus by Government corporations, pursuant to the Surplus Property Act of 1944, where legal title to such property remains in any such Government corporation ; (10) to furnish utilities and other services where such utilities and other services are not provided from other sources to persons, firms, or corporations occupying or utilizing plants or portions of plants which constitute (A) a part of...
Page 14 - Without objection the letter will be inserted in the record. (The letter referred to is as follows:) JANUARY 25, 1939.
Page 60 - In view of the imminent consideration of S. 2451 by your committee, this report has not been submitted to the Bureau of the Budget for its consideration.
Page 47 - Without objection, they will be inserted in the record. (The documents referred to are as follows : ) COMPTROLLER GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES, Washington, DC, July 20, 1953.
Page 31 - ... tax systems — National. State, and local — be revised, and that in this revision every effort be made to leave to localities and States adequate resources from which to raise revenue to meet...
Page 56 - Government, with respect to Federal real property — (a) That States and local governmental units shall not, by reason of Federal ownership or acquisition of real property, be deprived, without compensation, of revenue which, if it were not for such Federal ownership, would accrue to the States or local governmental units from State or local governmental unit taxation of said real
Page 31 - Corporation14 or one of its subUA spokesman for local governments maintained that "the rapidly growing amount of federally owned real estate has reached the point in some instances, where it threatens the financial integrity, if not the very existence of local government units.

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