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(a) Each board of assessment or Department of Finance or Department of Land Use shall make a written statement of their assessments, showing the names of the owners or last owners or reputed owners, if known, arranged alphabetically, and at least 3 consecutive letters of the last names thereof, the value of the property and the amount of each owner's assessment. Each board of assessment or Department of Finance or Department of Land Use shall distinguish between improved land and unimproved land, and in Sussex County shall state whether such unimproved land is timberland, swamp or marsh, and the number of acres of each. The name on such statement will be regarded as an aid to identify such property, but a mistake in the name of the owner, last known owner or reputed owner, or the absence of name, shall not affect the validity of the assessment of any tax based thereon.
(b) In the case of Kent County, the statements required by this section shall be according to hundreds.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Delaware Code Title 9. Counties § 8303. Written statement listing property owners, value, type, etc - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/de/title-9-counties/de-code-sect-9-8303/
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