Handing defeat to California cities fighting a state tax regulation, an appellate court ruled Wednesday that companies are not required to pay annual property taxes on software assets.

A Second District Court of Appeal panel unanimously affirmed a lower court decision upholding a State Board of Equalization rule. The rule lets companies exempt from fixed property taxes the kinds of software that aren’t essential to basic computer operations.

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