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  • noun money owed for taxes


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  • This phrase of a "tax bill" of: "money owed for taxes" might be right for some who acknowledge it as a debt due or owed, but technically a tax be only a charge* and so when contested of the party, at least here in New Hampshire, has the Article 20 right to a trial by jury when of there being over $1,500 is dispute of this method of reaching a verdict considered "sacred" = inviolable = secure from violation, with secure = assured as guaranteed = like by the N.H. RSA Chapter 93-B:1 faithful performance bond.** / / / / / * The (Henry Campbell) "Black's Law Dictionary", 5th edition (c)1979 @ page 1307, column #1 of 2 = a tax "in is essential characteristics is not a debt". City of Newark v. Jos. Hollander, Inc., 136 N.J.Eq. 539, 42 A.2d 872, 875." and ** =

    May 31, 2019