Property Spring 1995 William Nelson Chapter I: The Power of Legislatures to Allocate Wealth


D. City of Pittsburgh v. Alco Parking Corp



Download 390.5 Kb.
Page14/140
Date21.05.2021
Size390.5 Kb.
1   ...   10   11   12   13   14   15   16   17   ...   140
D. City of Pittsburgh v. Alco Parking Corp (1974)

1. private owners of parking garages could be taxed at a higher

rate than a public garages.

2. factual evidence that the taxes could, in some cases, be

passed on to consumers.

3. as a revenue bill, the tax was entitled to a presumption of

validity.

4. it is reasonable for private lots and nonresident drivers to

pay for costs of congestion of Pittsburgh.

5. Parkers will wind up paying tax, since privates will raise

their prices: "the city was constitutionally entitled to put

the automobile parker to the choice of using other

transportation or paying the increase.

6. Powell Concurrence: "Today's decision does not foreclose the

possibility that some combination of unreasonably burdensome

taxation and direct compensation by the taxing authority

might amount to a taking of property w/out compensation.





Directory: sites -> default -> files -> upload documents
upload documents -> Always put things in threes (eskridge has ocd) I. Procedural Due Process and Reading a Case
upload documents -> Federalism – The Structure of Government
upload documents -> General Info About Property law
upload documents -> Con law professor Larry Sager Fall 1995 I. U. S. Term limits V. Thornton
upload documents -> Property with Professor Vicki Been
upload documents -> Property Outline – Professor Upham, Spring 2000
upload documents -> Constitutional law outline part I: structure of government judicial review and constitutional interpretation
upload documents -> Complex federal investigations
upload documents -> Foundations: Agency Law Introduction to law of enterprise organizations
upload documents -> Pricing v. Sanctions


Share with your friends:
1   ...   10   11   12   13   14   15   16   17   ...   140




The database is protected by copyright ©essaydocs.org 2020
send message

    Main page