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TITLE 63
REVENUE AND TAXATION
CHAPTER 3
ASSESSMENT OF REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
63-301.  Time of assessment — Property roll, subsequent property roll and missed property roll. (1) The assessor shall complete an assessment of all real and personal property in his county which is subject to assessment by him on or before the fourth Monday of June. In making such assessment, the assessor shall determine, according to recognized appraisal methods and techniques, the market value for assessment purposes of real and personal property. Said assessments shall be entered on the property roll. After the aforesaid date, any property which has been omitted from the property roll shall be entered on the subsequent property roll and submitted to the county commissioners meeting as a board of equalization, from the fourth Monday of November through the first Monday of December of the current year, or entered on the missed property roll and submitted during the county board of equalization’s monthly meeting in January of the following year.
(2)  The market value for assessment purposes of each parcel of property subject to assessment shall be listed on the appropriate roll, as defined in subsection (1) of this section, by category of property established and defined pursuant to section 63-109, Idaho Code.

History:
[63-301 added 1996, ch. 98, sec. 4, p. 327.]


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