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10-6-36.3Petition for reversal of director's decision--Notice and hearing.

Any person whose improvements are added to the tax roll pursuant to §§ 10-6-36.1 to 10-6-36.3, inclusive, but feels that the improvements were not added to the property tax roll in the year the improvements should have been added because of poor assessment practices, may petition the circuit court where such real property is located for a reversal of the director of equalization's decision. The court shall hold a hearing on such petition and shall determine if poor assessment practice was the reason the improvements were not added to the tax roll in the year such improvements should have been added. The court shall provide reasonable notice of the hearing to the director of equalization and the owner of such real property. The director of equalization and the owner of the real property shall be given opportunity to present evidence and be represented by counsel.

Source: SL 1989, ch 85, § 1B.


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