(1) A multiple dwelling project that is under construction or that is constructed
with a common gray water and potable water system is taxed at 91% of the market value
of the project or market value of each residential condominium unit during the course
of the construction and for 10 years after completion of construction as provided
in this section.
(2) To receive a tax abatement, a taxpayer shall apply, on a form provided by the
department, to the department on or before April 15 of the year for which the first
abatement is claimed for property under construction and for the first year of the
completion of construction but not later than 1 year after the completion of the construction
of the residential units or, if construction is to occur over a multiyear period,
after the completion of the first residential unit. The claimant shall provide a certification from the local board of health pursuant
to 50-2-116 that the residential dwelling is under construction or was constructed with a common
gray water and potable water system that meets the requirements of this section. The department may require other information that it considers necessary to determine
the eligibility of the residential dwelling for a property tax abatement.
(3) An abatement granted under this section remains in effect through the 10th year
following the year construction was completed.
(4) Only property with a common gray water and potable water system is eligible for
the property tax abatement provided in this section.
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