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TITLE 63
REVENUE AND TAXATION
CHAPTER 2
DEFINITIONS — GENERAL PROVISIONS
63-219.  Uniform property rolls and related documents. (1) The state tax commission shall develop, maintain and enforce statewide systems for the preparation of property rolls and related documents and procedures and for uniform parcel numbering. Said systems shall provide related information specified by the state tax commission.
(2)  The state tax commission shall prescribe forms and documents to be used to comply with the requirements of subsection (1) of this section when the information contained in said forms and documents is needed by the tax commission. The appropriate county official may request that the state tax commission consider an alternate, but equivalent, system for the preparation of property rolls and related documents. If the county official demonstrates equivalence to the satisfaction of the state tax commission, the state tax commission may, at its discretion, permit the alternate system to be used. Alternate forms or documents to be provided at county expense may be used if submitted to the state tax commission prior to use and if, in the opinion of the state tax commission, the alternate forms or documents are equivalent to the forms or documents provided by the state tax commission.
(3)  Forms or documents required to comply with the provisions of subsection (1) of this section may be prescribed by the appropriate county official, provided that the information on said forms or documents is not needed by the state tax commission. Said forms or documents must be provided at county expense and a copy of each separate form or document must be filed with the state tax commission prior to use.
(4)  The state tax commission shall, at its expense, provide aid to the counties on numbering, mapping and software for implementation of this program, and shall, at its expense, provide uniform valuation assessment notices to the county assessor and property tax notices to the county tax collector.

History:
[63-219 added 1996, ch. 98, sec. 3, p. 326.]


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