Assessment date—Average inventory basis may be used—Public inspection of listing, documents, and records.
Access to property required.
Basis of valuation, assessment, appraisal—One hundred percent of true and fair value—Exceptions—Leasehold estates—Real property—Appraisal—Comparable sales.
Determination of value by public official—Review—Revaluation—Presumptions.
Valuation of timber and timberlands—Criteria established.
Valuation of timber and timberlands—"Timberlands" defined and declared lands devoted to reforestation.
Valuation of timber and timberlands—Legislative findings.
Valuation of vessels—Apportionment.
Valuation of computer software—Embedded software.
Petition county board of equalization—Limitation on changes to time limit—Waiver of filing deadline—Direct appeal to state board of tax appeals.
Reducing valuation after government restriction—Petitioning assessor—Establishing new valuation—Notice—Appeal—Refund.
Time and manner of listing.
Valuation and assessment of divided or combined property.
Notice of change in valuation of real property to be given taxpayer—Copy to person making payments pursuant to mortgage, contract, or deed of trust—Procedure—Penalty.
Personal property assessment.
Listing of taxable ships and vessels with department—Assessment—Rights of review.
Listing omitted property or improvements.
Limitation period for assessment of omitted property or value—Notification to taxpayer of omission—Procedure.
Taxing districts to be designated—Separate assessments.
Examination under oath—Default listing.
Oaths, who may administer—Criminal penalty for willful false listing.
Penalty for failure or refusal to list—False or fraudulent listing, additional penalty—Penalty waiver.
Sick or absent persons—May report to board of equalization.
Manner of listing real estate—Maps.
Plat of irregular subdivided tracts—Notice to owner—Surveys—Costs.
Listing of exempt property—Proof of exemption—Valuation of publicly owned property.
Exempt residential property—Maintenance of assessed valuation—Notice of change.
Individuals, corporations, limited liability companies, associations, partnerships, trusts, or estates required to list personalty.
Statement of personal property.
Listing of personalty on failure to obtain statement—Statement of valuation to person assessed or listing—Exemption.
Personalty of manufacturer, listing procedure, statement—"Manufacturer" defined.
Merchant's personalty held for sale—Consignment from out of state—Nursery stock assessable as growing crops.
Contract to purchase public land.
Annual list of lands sold or contracted to be sold to be furnished assessor.
Federal agencies and property taxable when federal law permits.
Detail and assessment lists to board of equalization.
Lists, schedules or statements to contain declaration that falsification subject to perjury.
Verification by assessor of any list, statement, or schedule—Confidentiality, penalty.
Mobile homes—Identification of.
Mobile homes—Avoidance of payment of tax—Penalty.
Assessment and taxation of property losing exempt status.
Loss of exempt status—Property subject to pro rata portion of taxes for remainder of year.
Loss of exempt status—Valuation date—Extension on rolls.
Loss of exempt status—When taxes due and payable—Dates of delinquency—Interest.
Loss of exempt status—Taxes constitute lien on property.
Rules for agricultural products and business inventories.
Valuation and assessment of certain leasehold interests.