The Market dues are one of the incomes in forms of fees and charges for the municipal corporations in Trinidad that appears in the Municipal Coporations Act.
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According to draft Policy Transitioning of Local Government one the recommendations to secure funding for municipal corporations is to collect and retain fines from “the motor vehicle ticket system and other breaches from the Motor Vehicle and Road Traffic Act”.
According to the Draft Policy Transitioning of Local Government one the recommendations to secure funding for municipal corporations is to collect and retain the fees of the Dangerous Dogs Act which was repealed by the Dogs Act chapter 67:56.
Although in Bahamas local government do not have local own instruments, taxes that belong to this category go to the consolidated fund which is later redistributed within the local councils, town areas and districts.
Local governments can collect fees on services performed on behalf of any government agency or line ministry. The revenues of fees include shop licenses, market, building, fines, public amenities, water rate among others.
Los municipios así como el resto de gobiernos autónomos descentralizados, además de financiarse con ingresos como impuestos, tasas y contribuciones especiales de mejoras generales o específicas; también pueden generar otros recursos propios a través de l