(a) Devise and prescribe uniform assessment forms and records, property-identification
maps, land-classification maps, land-value maps, permanent record cards, and other
essential assessment tools, and to assist each county with the installation and maintenance
of the same.
(b) Devise or prescribe guides, or both, for the valuation of personal property. The director of property valuation may furnish to each county one copy of each guide
so prescribed and a copy or copies of each guide so devised. In the preparation of such guides, the director of property valuation shall confer
with representatives of the county appraisers and district appraisers, and shall seek
counsel from official representatives of organized groups interested in and familiar
with the value of classes of property with which they are concerned.
(c) Render all assistance possible toward uniform assessments within the counties
and throughout the state.
(d) Assist county appraisers and district appraisers to determine the fair market
value in money of nonstate assessed properties, the valuation of which requires specialized
(e) Compile sales ratio data as provided by K.S.A. 79-1486 through 79-1493, and amendments thereto, and to analyze such assessment data.
(f) Perform such other duties as may be prescribed by law.
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