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Mississippi Code Title 21. Municipalities § 21-33-3. Forms for assessment rolls

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The state tax commission shall annually prepare forms for the personal property assessment rolls, and each two years, or annually as required, prepare forms for the real property assessment rolls.  The forms so prescribed shall be printed, ruled, and headed as to be suitable for their respective purposes and to enable the municipal officers to comply with the tax laws of this state applicable to municipalities.  A sample of the forms for the real and personal assessment rolls shall be sent by mail to the mayor and to the clerk of every municipality not later than the first day of October of each year.

The forms shall be so made that the respective municipalities may require such additional information, make such additions and add such further details as permitted by Sections 21-33-1 through 21-33-85, but the general and basic arrangement of such forms shall not be changed.

The municipal authorities shall furnish their respective officers with a sufficient quantity of each of said forms, and may purchase the same or have them printed, as provided by law.

It is the purpose of this section that municipal forms relating to assessment and taxes be generally uniform throughout the state.

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