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63-501.  Meeting of commissioners as a board of equalization. (1) The county commissioners of each county shall convene as a board of equalization at least once in every month of the year up to the fourth Monday of June for the purpose of equalizing the assessments of property on the property roll and shall meet on the aforesaid date in each year:
(a)  To complete the equalization of assessments on all property which has not yet been equalized; and
(b)  To hear appeals of assessment or exemption of property which are received on or before the end of each county’s normal business hours on the fourth Monday of June.
Upon meeting to complete the equalization of assessments, the board of equalization shall continue in session from day to day until equalization of the assessments of such property has been completed and shall also hear and determine complaints upon allowing or disallowing exemptions under chapter 6, title 63, Idaho Code. The board of equalization must complete such business and adjourn as a board of equalization on the second Monday of July, provided that the board of equalization may adjourn any time prior to the aforesaid date when they have completed all of the business as a board of equalization.
The county assessor or his designee shall attend all meetings of the county commissioners in session as a board of equalization and he may make any statements or introduce testimony and examine witnesses on questions before the board of equalization relating to the assessments.
(2)  The county commissioners of each county in this state shall meet as a board of equalization on the fourth Monday of November in each year for the purpose of:
(a)  Equalizing the assessments of all property entered upon the subsequent property roll;
(b)  Determining complaints and hearing appeals in regard to the assessment of such property;
(c)  Allowing or disallowing exemptions and cancellations claimed under the provisions of this title affecting the assessment or taxation of property entered upon the rolls, and having a settlement with the assessor and tax collector.
The board of equalization shall complete its business and adjourn on or before the first Monday of December in each year, but if other personal or real property is discovered and assessed after the subsequent board of equalization has adjourned, and is entered on the missed property roll, the taxpayer may appeal that assessment to the county commissioners meeting as a board of equalization, for the purposes stated in subsection (2)(a), (b) and (c) of this section, during its monthly meeting in January of the following year, provided however, that said meeting must be no sooner than the first Monday in January.

[63-501 added 1996, ch. 98, sec. 6, p. 343; am. 2012, ch. 4, sec. 1, p. 6.]

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