Guide to the Listing, Assessment, and Taxation of Property in North Carolina

Monday, June 1, 2009
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The book provides a comprehensive guide to the laws and procedures governing the assessment of property for taxation by local governments in North Carolina, including in-depth discussion of the processes and schedules for listing property for taxation, appraising real property, and for appealing property assessments. A detailed appendix sets forth the statutory ownership, use, and application requirements for property to be exempted or excluded from taxation. The author's detailed explanation of the procedural steps involved in the assessment process as well as the applicable legal standards for review of the assessor's determinations will benefit assessors, appraisers and other local government officials involved in administering the property tax, and, ultimately, the citizens for whom they work.

Publication date: 
Monday, June 1, 2009
Shea Riggsbee Denning
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Table of Contents (pdf, 141.66 KB)
Topics - Local and State Government