1966 Book 3 Texas Attorney General Reports and Opinions 1 (1966)

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July 27, 1966
Honorable Lowell C. Holt      Opinion No. C-731
District Attorney
Upshur County                 Re: Taxability for ad valorem
Gilmer, Texas                      tax purposes of property
owned by Radio Church of
God and Ambassador College,
part of which is used by
Dear Mr. Holt:                     Imperial School.
Your letter requests an opinion of this office concern-
ing the exempt status of a portion of 1525 acres of land in
Upshur County, Texas, part of which is owned by Radio Church
of God, a part owned by Ambassador College and a part of
which is used by Imperial School, which is a school operated
by Radio Church of God. We quote further from your letter.
The facts concerning this property, as
well as we can ascertain them, are as
follows:
RADIO CHURCH OF GOD
The Radio Church of God was originally
chartered in California as a non profit
Radio Church corporation on February 20,
1947 and was granted a Certificate of
Authority by the Secretary of State of
Texas on the 2nd day of October, 1963.
The purpose or purposes which it pursues
in the State of Texas are as follows:
The nonprofit vocation of managing the
temporal affairs and promoting the
spiritual, educational and other benevo-
lent interest of the Church, and without
limitation upon the generality of the
foregoing, proclaiming the Gospel by
radio, printing, personal evangelism

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