How To Use Octroi In A Sentence

  • This shows in the high levels of excise duty, sales tax and octroi levied on paints by central, state and local governments.
  • One short answer: every single person in this city pays sales tax and octroi every time they buy anything at all.
  • Once on the road again we passed Montelimar -- "_le pays du nougât et de M. l'ex-President Loubet, _" we were told by the _octroi_ official who held us up at the barrier of this self-sufficient, dead-and-alive, pompous little town. The Automobilist Abroad
  • They were at once presented with; the stamp-duty, registration, the lottery, the droits reunis, the tax on cards, and the 'octroi'. Complete Project Gutenberg Collection of Memoirs of Napoleon
  • It was later found that the proposal would merely save the Parwanoo-based industrialists their octroi duty at the state's barrier.
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  • These market dues still survive in the "octroi" collected at the gates of some European cities. Early European History
  • The circumvented brokers and weighmen envisioned the declining fruit trade would also be reflected in diminishing Peshawar municipal octroi receipts. Connecting Histories in Afghanistan: Market Relations and State Formation on a Colonial Frontier
  • Other indirect taxes were the ferme de l'equivalent and various municipal octrois.
  • Feng applied for control of the octroi levied on goods entering Beijing.
  • For, while the pressure _per capita_ of the octroi is much greater than it was in 1870, the actual receipts from the _octroi_ were less with a population of France and the Republic A Record of Things Seen and Learned in the French Provinces During the 'Centennial' Year 1889
  • A cess is a form of octroi tax and has the advantage of the payer not having to pay up at every octroi post like in other cases. Times Now
  • They were at once presented with; the stamp - duty, registration, the lottery, the droits reunis, the tax on cards, and the 'octroi'. The Memoirs of Napoleon
  • The Municipal Council is negotiating with the Credit Foncier for the erection of a certain number of cheap houses, which, for the space of twenty years, will be exempt from all taxes, such as octroi, highway, door and window tax, etc. Scientific American Supplement, No. 401, September 8, 1883
  • The unfortunate householder, for example, who is persuaded to keep walking in the conservatory "pour retablir la circulation," and the other who describes himself "sous-chef de bureau dans l'enregistrement," and he who proposes to "faire hommage" of a doubtful turbot to the neighbouring "employe de l'octroi" -- these and all their like speak commonplaces so usual as to lose in their own country the perfection of their dulness. Essays
  • His education would have qualified him for any course of life; and he became an octroi-clerk -- [The octroi is the tax on provisions levied at the entrance of the town] -- in one of the little toll-houses at the entrance of his native town. The French Immortals Series — Complete
  • The chamber is of the view that entry tax is nothing but octroi by another name and that Karnataka is the only state which levies it.
  • Or if the vehicle is registered with a Thane address, but is used in the city and parked in the city, does octroi have to be paid then.

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