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Through nearly 20 years of law practice–15 of which have been focused on the representation of tax-exempt organizations–this writer has been involved in numerous seemingly simple–and some cutting edge–applications for exemption from Texas property taxes for religious organizations. In most

Texas Courts and Subject Matter Jurisdiction
Subject-matter jurisdiction concerns a court’s power to hear a case.  Without it, a court does not have authority to decide a case.  Subject matter jurisdiction is distinct from the concept of personal jurisdiction, which

Nominee Liability
Under the Internal Revenue Code, the IRS can satisfy a tax deficiency by imposing a lien on any “property” or “rights to property” belonging to the taxpayer.  The statutory language is broad and reaches virtually every interest in property that