REVENUE AND TAXATION
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE AND TAXATION
63-108. Meeting of state tax commission. (1) The state tax commission shall meet on the second Monday in August in each year, and, if all the abstracts of assessments in the several counties in the state have then been received, such abstracts shall be laid before the commission, which shall proceed to equalize the assessments throughout the state.
(2) In case all the abstracts of assessments in the several counties of the state have not been received by the state tax commission on or before the second Monday of August, then the commission shall adjourn from day to day until all of the abstracts have been received. The state tax commission may issue subpoenas for any county auditor who has failed to transmit his abstract of assessments, or whose abstract of assessments has not been received, requiring such county auditor to forthwith appear before the commission and produce said abstract. The sheriff of the county where the officer to be served resides is hereby designated as the officer by whom such subpoena shall be served and all actual and necessary expenses incurred by the sheriff in making such service shall be a legal claim against his county, and the officer served shall be liable on his official bond for said expenses in addition to any other liability imposed upon him for failure to transmit his abstract of assessments within the time prescribed in this chapter.
[63-108 added 1996, ch. 98, sec. 2, p. 316.]