A Google search for "nonexempt" returns a lot of results regarding employees and overtime pay.
However, I did find this word defined in a dictionary, independent of the overtime pay discussion, for example:
Subject to an obligation, duty, or liability, especially subject to taxation. The Free Dictionary
Now, I have a situation where a certain tenant may be exempt from a common area maintenance charge, and I want to express that others are nonexempt. This is a one word formulation that spares me from saying "obligated to pay" or "subject to the payment" (because saying just "obligated" and "subject" seem insufficient).
Can I say nonexempt in this context? As in:
Show all rented and nonexempt properties.