Washington Revised Code Title 84. Property Taxes

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  • Chapter 84.04. Definitions
  • Chapter 84.08. General Powers and Duties of Department of Revenue
  • Chapter 84.09. General Provisions
  • Chapter 84.12. Assessment and Taxation of Public Utilities
  • Chapter 84.14. New and Rehabilitated Multiple-Unit Dwellings in Urban Centers
  • Chapter 84.16. Assessment and Taxation of Private Car Companies
  • Chapter 84.20. Easements of Public Utilities
  • Chapter 84.25. Targeted Urban Areas--Exemption
  • Chapter 84.26. Historic Property
  • Chapter 84.33. Timber and Forest Lands
  • Chapter 84.34. Open Space, Agricultural, Timberlands--Current Use--Conservation Futures
  • Chapter 84.36. Exemptions
  • Chapter 84.37. Property Tax Deferral Program
  • Chapter 84.38. Deferral of Special Assessments and/or Property Taxes
  • Chapter 84.39. Property Tax Exemption--Widows or Widowers of Veterans
  • Chapter 84.40. Listing of Property
  • Chapter 84.41. Revaluation of Property
  • Chapter 84.44. Taxable Situs
  • Chapter 84.48. Equalization of Assessments
  • Chapter 84.52. Levy of Taxes
  • Chapter 84.55. Limitations Upon Regular Property Taxes
  • Chapter 84.56. Collection of Taxes
  • Chapter 84.60. Lien of Taxes
  • Chapter 84.64. Lien Foreclosure
  • Chapter 84.68. Recovery of Taxes Paid or Property Sold for Taxes
  • Chapter 84.69. Refunds
  • Chapter 84.70. Destroyed Property--Abatement or Refund
  • Chapter 84.72. Federal Payments in Lieu of Taxes
  • Chapter 84.98. Construction

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