Sec. 4. The department of local government finance shall review the assessments of all
tangible property made by the various counties of this state. If the department of local government finance determines that the assessment of
a county appears to be improper, the department shall mail a certified notice to the
auditor of the county informing the auditor of the department's determination to consider
the modification of that county's assessment. The notice shall state whether the modification to be considered is related to real
property, personal property, or both. The notice shall also state a day, at least ten (10) days after the day the notice
is mailed, when a hearing on the assessment will be held. In addition to the notice to the county auditor, the department of local government
finance shall give the notice, if any, required under section 9(a) of this chapter.
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