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taxes

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Board of Equalization Minutes

 Collection
Identifier: HJ2321.W18.COM.CLK.1895-1979
Scope and Contents These are the minutes of the Board of Equalization. The County Commission serves as the Board of Equalization determining tax relief measures in the county. The minute books are not a recording of the proceedings of the board meetings, but rather a list of the decisions affecting taxation (both abatements and increases) made by the board. It is used to document the tax abatements given by the board to the indigent, the aged, the disabled (and their widows), and veterans (and their widows)....
Dates: 1895 - 1979

Davis County Taxes Records

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: TRS-Series: 7137, 6030, 11322
Dates: 1870 - current

Tax Assessment Records

 Collection
Identifier: HJ4165.5.TRS.1868-
Scope and Contents

The county treasurer records tax assessments given to individuals and businesses on a yearly basis. The rolls include date, owner's name and address, location and description of property, total evaluation, assessed valuation, total exemptions, and amount due. These records document real property assessments and payments.

Dates: 1868 - current

Tax Assessment Rolls

 Collection
Identifier: HJ4165.5.W32.TRS.1870-
Scope and Contents The county treasurer records tax assessments given to individuals and businesses on a yearly basis. The rolls include date, owner's name and address, location and description of property, total evaluation, assessed valuation, total exemptions, and amount due. These records document real property assessments and payments. Tax assessment rolls identify property owners and taxes due by year. They are important historical records of property values as well as a means of documenting the names of...
Dates: 1870-

Tax Deeds

 Collection
Identifier: KF685-T2.AUD.1896-
Scope and Contents

These deeds are issued by the county auditor conveying property to purchasers of real property sold for delinquent taxes on property that has been struck to the county. "The county auditor may, in the name of the county, execute deeds conveying in fee simple all property sold at public sale to the purchaser and to attest this with the auditor's seal.

Dates: 1896 -