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     Idaho Statutes

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63-210.  Tax numbers for metes and bounds descriptions. (1) The assessor shall give to each tract of land described by metes and bounds a tax number which shall be recorded with the county recorder without fee. This number shall be placed on the property roll to indicate the certain piece of land bearing such number, and entered on the plat record to indicate what tract is designated by such tax number, and no further description of such land shall be necessary upon the property roll. Whenever a tract of land which has been given a tax number is subdivided, the assessor shall give each subdivision a new tax number, which number, with an accurate description of the tract of land designated by such new number, shall be included in his list of tax numbers.
(2)  In all cases where the description of any tract of land, or any lot or subdivision of land, or where the description of one (1) or more of the different parts or parcels thereof, cannot, in the judgment of the assessor, be made sufficiently certain and accurate for the purposes of assessment, the assessor shall notify the county recorder thereof, and the county recorder shall thereupon proceed to have such land platted in the same manner as provided for in section 50-1314, Idaho Code.

[63-210 added 1996, ch. 98, sec. 3, p. 323.]

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