North Dakota Century Code Title 57. Taxation § 57-06-17.2. Payments in lieu of taxes
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Carbon dioxide pipeline property described in section 57-06-17.1 is subject to payments in lieu of property taxes during the time it is exempt from taxation under section 57-06-17.1. For the purpose of these payments, carbon dioxide pipeline property described in section 57-06-17.1 must be valued annually by the state board of equalization in the manner that other pipeline valuations are certified. The county auditor shall calculate taxes on the carbon dioxide pipeline property described in section 57-06-17.1 in the same manner that taxes are calculated on other pipeline property. Not later than December twenty-sixth of each year, each county auditor shall submit a statement of the amount of taxes that would have been assessed against carbon dioxide pipeline property, exempted under section 57-06-17.1, to the state treasurer for payment. The state treasurer shall make the required payment to each county not later than March first of the following year, and the county auditor shall distribute the payments to the political subdivisions in which the exempt pipeline property is located. Carbon dioxide pipeline property for which payments in lieu of taxes are required must be excluded from the valuation of property in the taxing district for purposes of determining the mill rate for the taxing district.
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