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House Bill 1814


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House Bill 1814

ARCHIVE (2003)

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DIGEST OF HB1814 (Updated April 16, 2003 2:20 PM - DI 84)

Property tax matters. Provides that the administrative orders and procedures act does not apply to the department of local government finance (DLGF). Removes the DLGF and the board of tax review from the review process for economic revitalization area deductions and enterprise zone inventory credits. Requires the county assessor to conduct equalization among townships in the year of a general reassessment. Provides that certain DLGF final determinations are appealable to the tax court. Requires a township trustee to estimate the amount needed for poor relief and the township board to adopt with the township budget a tax rate sufficient to meet estimated cost of poor relief. Permits the DLGF to extend certain deadlines for tax increment replacement purposes. Provides that the procedure for correction of assessment errors does not apply to a utility. Eliminates the requirements for: (1) the DLGF to certify fixed property utility assessments to the counties; (2) a political subdivision to certify to the county auditor a transfer of money from one major budget classification to another within a department; (3) the DLGF to review per diem for certain assessor training; and (4) the division of data analysis to review federal income tax returns. Adjusts a requirement for the county auditor to certify certain information. Limits the time between initiation of certain financings and DLGF approval. Validates certain certifications made by a county auditor after a prescribed date. Waives the filing deadline for the property tax exemption for fraternity property owned by a nonprofit corporation as to property taxes due in certain years. Requires a public utility company to correct an error made by the company on the company's personal property statement by filing an amended statement within six months of the due date of the statement. Makes technical changes.
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