revenue law or measure


revenue law or measure
revenue law or measure
Any law which provides for the assessment and collection of a tax to defray the expenses of the government. Such legislation is commonly referred to under the general term "revenue measures" or "revenue bills", and those measures include all the laws by which the government provides means for meeting its expenditures. Western Heights Land Corp. v. City of Fort Collins, 146 Colo. 464, 362 P.2d 155, 158.
See also revenue bills

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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