In determining an appeal, the district court may:
(1) fix the appraised value of property in accordance with the requirements of law if the appraised value is at issue;
(2) enter the orders necessary to ensure equal treatment under the law for the appealing property owner if inequality in the appraisal of his property is at issue; or
(3) enter other orders necessary to preserve rights protected by and impose duties required by the law.
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