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19-26,111. Same; exemption of property from taxation; exceptions. (a) Until sold or otherwise disposed of by the bank and except for special assessments levied by a municipality to finance public improvements, any property acquired by the bank shall be exempt from the payment of ad valorem taxes levied by the state and any other political or taxing subdivision of the state.

(b) Except for special assessments levied by a municipality to finance public improvements, when the board acquires property pursuant to this act, the county treasurer shall remove from the tax rolls all taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest that are due and payable on the property at the time of acquisition by the board.

(c) Property held by the bank shall remain liable for special assessments levied by a municipality to finance public improvements, but no payment thereof shall be required until such property is sold or otherwise conveyed by the bank.

(d) The governing body of any municipality which has levied special assessments on property acquired by the bank may abate part or all of the special assessments, and the bank and governing body may enter into agreements related thereto. Any special assessments that are abated shall be removed from the tax rolls by the county treasurer as of the effective date of the abatement.

(e) The governing body of any municipality which has levied special assessments on property acquired by the bank may enter into an agreement with the bank to defer or reamortize part or all of the special assessments. The governing body of the municipality shall provide for such deferral or reamortization by passage of an ordinance, if a city, and by passage of a resolution by any other municipality. Any special assessments that are deferred or reamortized shall be corrected on the tax rolls by the county treasurer as of the effective date of the ordinance or resolution providing for such deferral or reamortization.

History: L. 1996, ch. 264, § 20; L. 2015, ch. 99, § 18; July 1.


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