- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 29. Municipal Government
- Chapter 45. Municipal Taxation
- Section 230. Tax Adjustments On Property Affected By a Disaster.
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AS 29.45.230. Tax Adjustments On Property Affected By a Disaster.
- (a) The municipality may by ordinance provide for assessment or reassessment and reduction of taxes for property
destroyed, damaged, or otherwise reduced in value as a result of a disaster.
- (b) An assessment or reassessment under this section may be made by the assessor only upon the receipt of a sworn
statement of the taxpayer that losses exceed $1,000. A reduction of taxes may be made only on losses in excess of
$1,000 for the remainder of the year following the disaster. On reassessment, the municipality shall recompute this
tax and refund taxes that have already been paid.
- (c) The municipality shall give notice of assessment or reassessment under this section and shall hold an equalization
hearing as provided in this chapter, except that a notice of appeal must be filed with the board of equalization within
10 days after notice of assessment or reassessment is given to the person appealing. Otherwise, the right of appeal
ceases unless the board finds that the taxpayer is unable to comply.
- (d) In an ordinance authorized by this section, the municipality shall establish criteria for the reduction of taxes on
property damaged, destroyed, or otherwise reduced in value as a result of disaster, and may, consistent with this
section, prescribe procedures, restrictions, and conditions for assessing or reassessing property and for remitting,
refunding, or forgiving taxes.
- (e) [Repealed, Sec. 3 ch 1 SLA 2004].
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