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(1)(a) Upon conclusion of hearings by the county board of equalization, as provided in article 8 of this title, the assessor shall complete the assessment roll of all taxable property within the assessor's county, and, no later than August 25 in each year or no later than November 21 in each year in any county that has made an election pursuant to section 39-5-122.7, the assessor shall prepare therefrom three copies of the abstract of assessment and in person, and not by deputy, shall subscribe his or her name, under oath, to the following statement, which shall be a part of such abstract:
I, ․․․․․․․․․․, the assessor of ․․․․․․․․․․ county, Colorado, do solemnly swear that in the assessment roll of such county I have listed and valued all taxable property located therein and that such property has been assessed for the current year in the manner prescribed by law and that the foregoing abstract of assessment is a true and correct compilation of each schedule.
(b) Upon completion by the assessor of the abstract of assessment, the chairman of the board of county commissioners shall examine such abstract and shall sign the following statement, which shall be a part of such abstract:
I, ․․․․․․․․․․, chairman of the ․․․․․․․․․․ county board of county commissioners, certify that the county board of equalization has concluded its hearings, pursuant to the provisions of article 8 of this title, that I have examined the abstract of assessment, and that all valuation changes ordered by the county board of equalization have been incorporated therein.
(2) The assessor shall file two copies of the abstract of assessment with the administrator, and, appended thereto, the assessor shall also file the aggregate valuation for assessment of all taxable property in the county, each municipality, and each school district within the county, by classes and subclasses, on a form prescribed by the administrator.
(3) Along with the abstract of assessment, the assessor shall file with the property tax administrator information relating to the valuation for assessment for residential real property, including new construction, increased volume of mineral and oil and gas production, and any other data determined by the administrator as necessary to determine the valuation for assessment for such property.
As used in this chapter, the following words shall have the meanings herein ascribed, except where the context directly requires otherwise:
(1) COMMISSIONER. The Commissioner of Revenue.
(2) CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE. Any drug or substance, whether real or counterfeit, as defined in the Alabama Uniform Controlled Substances Act, that is held, possessed, transported, transferred, sold, or offered to be sold in violation of Alabama laws. “Controlled substance,” as used in this chapter, does not include marihuana.
(3) DEALER. A person who in violation of Alabama law manufactures, produces, ships, sells, uses, distributes, transports, or imports into Alabama or in any manner acquires or possesses more than 42 1/2 grams of marihuana, or seven or more grams of any controlled substance, or 10 or more dosage units of any controlled substance which is not sold by weight, or dosage units, shall include the weight or dosage units of the substance whether pure, impure, or diluted, in the dealer's possession. A quantity of a controlled substance is diluted if it consists of a detectable quantity of a pure controlled substance and any excipients or fillers.
(4) DEPARTMENT. Department of Revenue of the State of Alabama.
(5) DOSAGE UNIT. A tablet, capsule, vial, or ampule of a controlled substance or, in cases of mass volume or diluted quantities, the proper dose or quantity of a controlled substance to be taken all at one time or in fractional amounts within a given period, as defined and adopted by the United States Pharmacopeia.
(6) MARIHUANA. Any marihuana, whether real or counterfeit, as defined in Section 20-2-2, that is held, possessed, transported, transferred, sold, or offered to be sold in violation of Alabama laws.
(7) POSSESSION. For the purposes of this chapter, to include either actual possession, or constructive possession, or a combination of both actual and constructive possession.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Nevada Revised Statutes Title 20. Counties and Townships: Formation, Government and Officers § 249.040. Removal of county treasurer when suit on bond - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nv/title-20-counties-and-townships-formation-government-and-officers/nv-rev-st-249-040/
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