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     Idaho Statutes

Idaho Statutes are updated to the website July 1 following the legislative session.


63-506.  Notice to taxpayer of new assessments and changes. The board of equalization must, before taking final action in equalizing the assessed value of the property of any person refusing to appear and testify, or in increasing the assessed value of any property, notify the owner thereof, or his agent or representative, of its intention to do so, and require such person to appear forthwith before the board and make objection, if he has any. The board may direct the notice to be served personally upon the owner, or his agent or representative; or, it may direct the clerk to serve the notice by mail, addressed to such owner, or his agent or representative, at his last known post office address. In the case of service by mail, the board of equalization shall not take final action until ten (10) working days after the mailing of such notice, unless the owner, or his agent, or representative, shall sooner appear. If the owner is one other than the equitable titleholder, such as an escrowee, trustee of trust deed or other third party, the owner shall, within ten (10) days, deliver to the equitable titleholder a true copy of the notice from the board of equalization.

[63-506 added 1996, ch. 98, sec. 6, p. 345; am. 2007, ch. 15, sec. 1, p. 27.]

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