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(a) The original assessment record, or any reassessment record, shall be filed with the county clerk, whose duty it shall be to extend the annual benefit assessment annually upon the tax books of the county until the district is dissolved.
(b) It shall then be the duty of the collector to collect each year the annual benefit assessment extended upon the book along with the other taxes, and the taxes shall be paid by the collector over to the depository of the district at the same time that he pays over the county funds.
(c)(1) If there is any change in the annual benefits assessed, a certified copy of the revised assessment shall be filed with the county clerk who shall extend the revised assessment annually upon the tax books until a new assessment is made, which shall be extended upon the tax books in a similar manner. The power to reassess and extend the assessment upon the tax books shall be a continuing power as long as the district continues to exist. It shall be the duty of the county collector to collect the taxes so extended.
(2) In lieu of filing the reassessment, the assessors may make the changes in the assessments in red ink on the assessment already on file, or the assessment record may contain many columns, at the head of which the year shall be designated and, in the column, the new annual benefits may be shown in red ink which will indicate any increase or decrease in the original annual benefits extended. When the change is made, a red ink line shall be drawn through the figures showing the original annual benefits extended.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Arkansas Code Title 14. Local Government § 14-284-112. Assessment--Collection--Revision - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ar/title-14-local-government/ar-code-sect-14-284-112.html
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