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     1-19A-20.   Tax moratorium on increased valuation due to restoration or rehabilitation of historic property. There is a moratorium on the taxation of increased valuation due to restoration or rehabilitation of real estate placed on the State Register of Historic Places in accordance with § 1-19A-5 and which has been assisted through federal restoration grant-in-aid assistance provided by Public Law 102-575 as amended to January 1, 1994, or which has been substantially restored or rehabilitated with the assistance of the historic preservation loan fund, or which has undergone privately funded restoration or rehabilitation which has been certified as meeting historic preservation standards by the State Historical Society Board of Trustees. The board shall use U.S. Department of the Interior standards for historic preservation projects codified in 36 C.F.R. 67 as of January 1, 1994, to approve or deny certifications. The moratorium shall begin in the year that approval of the completed work is granted and shall extend for a period of eight years.

Source: SL 1978, ch 11, § 2; SL 1980, ch 79; SL 1987, ch 19, § 2; SL 1994, ch 16, § 1.


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