At the trial the court shall determine whether the board has acted within its discretion
and has correctly construed and applied the law. If it finds that it has, the finding of the board shall be affirmed; otherwise it
shall be reversed or modified. The judgment of the court may change, confirm, correct, or modify the values of the
property in question as shown upon the roll, and a certified copy thereof shall be
filed with the county auditor, who shall change, modify or correct as and if required.
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