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Estimating parish landownership from the land tax assessments

Sarah Banks

Estimating parish landownership from the land tax assessments

a comparison with the tithe surveys.

by Sarah Banks

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Published by s.n. in [s.l .
Written in English


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AcreValue helps you locate parcels, property lines, and ownership information for land online, eliminating the need for plat books. The AcreValue Bienville Parish, LA plat map, sourced from the Bienville Parish, LA tax assessor, indicates the property boundaries for each parcel of land, with information about the landowner, the parcel number, and the total acres. Below you will find a list of charts and graphs displaying information about taxes and values in Ouachita Parish. Current Year Parish Taxes by Ward - Pie chart showing the amount of Parish taxes due to the Ouachita Parish Tax Collector from property within each ward. This chart shows PARISH taxes only.

The Ascension Parish Assessor is responsible for discovery, listing, and valuing all property in the Parish for ad valorem tax purposes. This property includes all real estate, all business movable property (personal property), and all oil & gas property and equipment. To help protect our customers and staff from the spread of COVID, SDAT's public counters in Baltimore are closed to the public. Some local real property assessment offices have limited public access, so please contact your local office for more information. We are asking customers to complete transactions online when at all possible, and to email our programs using the contact information.

if the assessment increases by 15% or more from that of the previous year, and if the taxpayer has requested notification in accordance with law. Assessors are required to annually expose each year's parish assessment list (also known as the "tax roll") for public inspection. In a ll parishes other than Orleans, this ins pection period occ urs. CLIFF MANN Tax Assessor Biography. Cliff Mann became Madison County’s Tax Assessor when he was elected on November 4, Even though his six year term did not officially start until October 1, , he began serving on February 2, , when he was appointed by Governor Robert Bentley to serve out the term of the retiring Tax Assessor, Fran Hamilton.


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