2013 - 2014 LEGISLATURE
ASSEMBLY AMENDMENT 3,
TO ASSEMBLY SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT 1,
TO ASSEMBLY BILL 40
June 18, 2013 - Offered by Representatives Vos and
"em. The methodology to ensure the competitive and transparent sale of the 5
"4. This paragraph".
"5m. The methodology to ensure the competitive and transparent sale of the 11
The fees imposed under s. 101.14 168.23
(5) (a) for environmental 12
1310. Page 414, line 1
: delete the material beginning with "where" and ending 14
with "rule," on line 2 and substitute "at facilities and specified property locations 15
where prohibited by s. NR 45.06, Wis. Adm. Code,".
1812. Page 656, line 10
: delete "A person chosen by the county's public defender's 19
office" and substitute "The presiding judge of the circuit court, or his or her designee".
2013. Page 665, line 17
: delete lines 17 and 18 and substitute "66.0304 (1)
"Bond" means any bond, note or other obligation of a commission
issued or entered 22
into or acquired
under this section,".
266.0412 Local regulation of real estate brokers, brokerage services. (1) 3Definitions.
In this section:
(a) "Broker" means a real estate broker licensed under ch. 452.
(b) "Local governmental unit" has the meaning given in s. 66.0131 (1) (a).
(c) "Political subdivision" means any city, village, town, or county.
7(2) Regulation of brokers, brokerage services.
(a) A local governmental unit 8
may not enact an ordinance or adopt a resolution that does any of the following:
1. In relation to the provision of real estate services, imposes any fees on 10
brokers or on real estate brokerage services.
2. Imposes any regulations on the professional services provided by a broker 12
or by a person who provides real estate brokerage services.
(b) If a local governmental unit has in effect on the effective date of this 14
paragraph .... [LRB inserts date], an ordinance or resolution that is inconsistent with 15
par. (a), the ordinance or resolution does not apply and may not be enforced.".
"(d) A residency requirement imposed by a local governmental unit under par. 19
(b) or (c) does not apply to any volunteer law enforcement, fire, or emergency 20
personnel who are employees of a local governmental unit.".
2117. Page 686, line 20
: after "date]" insert ", except that, if the facility is located 22
in a municipally designated landmark, the facility is in existence and meets the 23
requirements of this subsection on September 30, 2014".
77.59 (6) (c) of the statutes is amended to read:
(c) The department shall notify any person who files a petition for 10
redetermination that the person may deposit the entire deficiency determination, 11
including any penalty or interest, with the department when the petition is filed or 12
at any time before the department makes its redetermination. Any deposited 13
amount which is refunded shall bear interest at the rate of 9% 3 percent
per year 14
during the time the funds were on deposit. A person may also pay any portion of a 15
deficiency determination admitted to be correct and the payment shall be considered 16
an admission of the validity of that portion of the deficiency determination and may 17
not be recovered in an appeal or in any other action or proceeding.
(a) Except as provided in par. (b), unpaid taxes shall bear interest at 20
the rate of 12% per year from the due date of the return until paid or deposited with 21
the department. Taxes refunded to the seller shall bear interest at 9% 3 percent
year from the due date of the return to the date on which the refund is certified on 23
the refund rolls. An extension of time within which to file a return shall not extend 24
the due date of the return for purposes of interest computation. Taxes refunded to
the buyer shall bear interest at 9% 3 percent
per year from the last day of the month 2
following the month during which the buyer paid the tax to the date on which the 3
refund is certified on the refund rolls.".