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Setting a Split Tax Rate in Municipalities Located in More Than One County When the Counties Have Different Reappraisal Cycles

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Reviewed Date: October 26, 2016

Original Author: 
Broughton, Jeff
Co-author: 
Hodge, Elisha
Date Created: 
Sep 27, 2016


Subjects:
Taxes--Real property--Tennessee
Taxes--Real property
Tax rates--Differential rates
Tax rates--Municipal

Setting a Split Tax Rate in Municipalities Located in More Than One County When the Counties Have Different Reappraisal Cycles

Summary: 
To have a single, uniform property tax rate across the city, one of the counties must alter its reappraisal cycle to coincide with the other county.

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