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Prior to November first of each year, the county auditor of each county shall certify to the state tax commissioner on forms prescribed by the commissioner the total amount of property tax which would have been due on property exempt under section 57-02-08.4 within the county and other information as may be prescribed by the commissioner. The county auditor shall forward to the commissioner copies of all agreements described in section 57-02-08.4 in effect in the county.
The commissioner shall audit the claims for exemption, make corrections as required, and certify to the state treasurer for payment to each county on or before June thirtieth of each year the sum of property taxes due on property exempt under section 57-02-08.4 for the county in the preceding year.
The county treasurer upon receipt of the payment from the state treasurer shall apportion and distribute it to the county and local taxing districts on the basis on which the general real estate tax for the preceding year is apportioned and distributed.
Supplemental certifications by the county auditor and the state tax commissioner and supplemental payments by the state treasurer may be made after the date prescribed in this section to make corrections as may be necessary.
No certifications must be made and no apportionment or distribution of payments to political subdivisions may be made under this section unless property was exempt under section 57-02-08.4 in the preceding year.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - North Dakota Century Code Title 57. Taxation § 57-02-08.5. Wetlands tax exemption payment--Certification - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nd/title-57-taxation/nd-cent-code-sect-57-02-08-5/
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