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19-426.Same; transfer of powers, property and records of office; no assessor elected after June 1, 1976. Upon the appointment and qualification of the county or district appraiser under the provisions of this act, the county clerk of the county as ex officio county assessor or the county assessor appointed or elected under the authority of any other statute of this state shall thereupon be divested of his powers and duties relating to assessment and he shall turn over and deliver to the county or district appraiser appointed under this act, all books, maps, assessment rolls, and other records in his possession relating to the listing, assessment and classification of property. No person shall be elected to the office of county assessor or become ex officio county assessor in any county from and after the effective date of this act.

History: L. 1968, ch. 206, § 6; L. 1974, ch. 112, § 9; June 1, 1976.



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