Indiana Code Title 1. General Provisions § 1-1-1.1-17

Sec. 17 . Section 2 of this chapter does not repeal the following statutes concerning taxation:

(1) P.L.74-1987, SECTION 29 (concerning application of certain property tax statutes).

(2) P.L.91-1989, SECTION 3 (concerning actions for refund of a tax).

(3) P.L.100-1989, SECTION 3 (concerning adjudications before the Indiana tax court).

(4) P.L.50-1990, SECTION 16 , as amended by P.L.61-1991, SECTION 6 (concerning property tax sales).

(5) P.L.59-1990, SECTION 5 (concerning the jurisdiction of the Indiana tax court).

(6) P.L.41-1993, SECTION 55 (concerning application of property tax amendments).

(7) P.L.6-1997, SECTION 246 (concerning proceedings pending before the state board of tax commissioners).

(8) P.L.38-1998, SECTION 8 (concerning excess payments transferred to a surplus tax fund).

(9) P.L.129-2001, SECTION 35 (concerning tax collection proceedings).

(10) P.L.198-2001, SECTION 112, as amended by P.L.1-2002, SECTION 166 (concerning application of property tax amendments).

(11) P.L.198-2001, SECTION 117, as amended by P.L.178-2002, SECTION 143 (concerning petitions for review, petitions for judicial review, and refund of property taxes).

(12) P.L.1-2004, SECTION 69 (legalizing certain actions taken by the department of local government finance).

(13) P.L.1-2004, SECTION 71 (concerning tax refunds that result from assessment reductions).

(14) P.L.1-2004, SECTION 84 (concerning controlled projects).

(15) P.L.23-2004, SECTION 72 (legalizing certain actions taken by the department of local government finance).

(16) P.L.23-2004, SECTION 74 (concerning refunds that result from assessment reductions).

(17) P.L.23-2004, SECTION 81 (concerning reviews of an assessment of real property for the 2003 assessment date).

(18) P.L.23-2004, SECTION 87 (concerning controlled projects).

(19) P.L.154-2006, SECTION 97 (concerning application of property tax amendments).

(20) P.L.219-2007, SECTION 156 (concerning administrative and judicial review of matters relating to property taxes).


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