The county auditor of each county shall keep a book to be called “Assessment Roll
of Property Which has Escaped Taxation”, in which the county auditor shall enter from
time to time all real property, which has been omitted in the assessment of any previous
year or years, or the assessment of which has been set aside by the judgment of any
court, such property thereby having escaped taxation. If omitted property is assessed for a prior year or years, the county auditor shall
enter the assessment of such property in the assessment roll of property which has
escaped taxation at the rate and in the amount for which such omitted property should
have been assessed in said year or years. Omitted property must be assessed for each year during which it escaped assessment
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