Qualification for exemption of property of certain limited liability companies
For purposes of the property tax laws of this state, the property of a limited liability company qualifies for an exemption from ad valorem property taxation or special assessment:
(1) If the limited liability company is wholly owned by one or more nonprofit corporations or entities whose property is exempt from taxation under ORS 307.090 (Property of the state, counties and other municipal corporations);
(2) If the property, if held directly by each of the nonprofit corporation owners of the limited liability company, would qualify for the exemption or special assessment; and
(3) Only to the least extent that the property would be granted exemption or special assessment in the hands of any of the nonprofit corporation owners of the limited liability company. [2005 c.688 §2; 2017 c.445 §1]
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