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Valuation and Taxation

ARTICLE 8

Equalization

County Boards of Equalization

39-8-101. County board of equalization - quorum. 

        The board of county commissioners of each county of the state, except the city and county of Denver and the city and county of Broomfield, shall comprise the board of equalization of such county. In the city and county of Denver, the board of equalization shall be comprised of such of its officers as may be provided by its charter. In the city and county of Broomfield, the board of equalization shall be the city council or a board or commission appointed by the city council. A majority of the board shall constitute a quorum, and no official action shall be taken at any meeting of the board unless a quorum is present.

39-8-102. Duties of county board of equalization. 

        (1) The county board of equalization shall review the valuations for assessment of all taxable property appearing in the assessment roll of the county, directing the assessor to supply any omissions which may come to its attention. It shall correct any errors made by the assessor, and, whenever in its judgment justice and right so require, it shall raise, lower, or adjust any valuation for assessment appearing in the assessment roll to the end that all valuations for assessment of property are just and equalized within the county.

(2) (a) to (h) Repealed.

(i) The county board of equalization shall have the authority to appoint independent referees who are experienced in property valuation to conduct hearings pursuant to subsection (1) of this section on behalf of the county board of equalization and to make findings and submit recommendations to the county board of equalization for its final action. However, no person shall be appointed as an independent referee pursuant to the provisions of this paragraph (i) in any county during any property tax year in which such person represents or has represented any taxpayer in such county in any matter relating to the protest and appeal of property valuation or to the abatement or refund of property taxes. In addition, no person appointed as an independent referee pursuant to the provisions of this paragraph (i) shall represent any taxpayer who appeared in any hearing before such independent referee in any matter subsequent to such hearing relating to the protest and appeal of property valuation or to the abatement or refund of property taxes.

(j) and (k) Repealed.

(3) and (4) Repealed.

39-8-103. Notice of change in valuation. 

        The county clerk and recorder shall notify each person affected of any change in the valuation of his property ordered by the board and shall furnish the assessor with a copy of such notice.

39-8-104. Notice of meeting. 

        (1) Except as provided in subsection (2) or (2.5) of this section, prior to July 1 of each year, the county clerk and recorder shall give notice in at least one issue of a newspaper published in his or her county that beginning on July 1, the county board of equalization will sit in the county's regular public meeting location or other appropriate meeting place to review the assessment roll of all taxable property located in the county, as prepared by the assessor, and to hear appeals from determinations of the assessor.

(2) (a) Prior to a date established by the county board of equalization, but no later than September 1, the county clerk and recorder in a county that has made an election pursuant to section 39-5-122.7 (1) shall give notice in at least one issue of a newspaper published in his or her county that beginning such date the county board of equalization will sit in the county's regular public meeting location or other appropriate meeting place to review the assessment roll of all taxable property located in the county, as prepared by the assessor, and to hear appeals from determinations of the assessor.

(b) Prior to August 1, 2017, and prior to each August 1 thereafter, the county clerk and recorder shall give notice in at least one issue of a newspaper published in his or her county of any date or dates between August 1 and September 1 on which the county commissioners, sitting as the county board of equalization, shall hear contests of property tax exemption denials as required by section 39-3-206 (2).

(2.5)  If the city and county of Denver elects to use the pilot alternate protest procedure established in section 39-5-122.8, the county clerk and recorder shall give notice in at least one issue of a newspaper published in the city and county of Denver and on the web site for the city and county of Denver that the city and county of Denver has made such election; that all objections and protests will be determined in accordance with the protest and appeal procedures set forth in section 39-5-122.8; and that to preserve the taxpayer's right to protest, the taxpayer must notify the board of county commissioners in writing of the taxpayer's objection and protest; that such notice must be delivered or postmarked no later than November 15 of the year in which the notice of valuation was mailed; and that after such date, the taxpayer's right to object and protest the adjustment in valuation is lost.

(3) If there is no newspaper, then such notice shall be conspicuously posted in the offices of the county clerk and recorder, the treasurer, and the assessor and in at least two other public places in the county seat.

39-8-105. Reports of assessor. 

        (1) At a meeting of the county board of equalization on or before each September 15 in a county that has made an election pursuant to section 39-5-122.7 (1), or on or before each July 15 in all other counties, the assessor shall report the valuation for assessment of all taxable real property in the county. The assessor shall submit a list of all persons who have appeared before him or her to present objections or protests concerning real property and the action taken in each case.

(2) At a meeting of the board described in subsection (1) of this section, the assessor shall also report the valuation of all taxable personal property in the county and shall note any valuations for assessment of portable or movable equipment which have been apportioned pursuant to section 39-5-113. The assessor shall submit a list of all persons in the county who have failed to return any schedules and shall report the action taken in each case. The assessor shall also submit a list of persons who have appeared before him to present objections or protests and the action taken in each case.

39-8-106. Petitions for appeal. 

        (1) The county board of equalization shall receive and hear petitions from any person whose objections or protests have been refused or denied by the assessor except that, if the city and county of Denver elects to use the pilot alternate protest procedure established in section 39-5-122.8, petitions shall be filed with the board of county commissioners.  A petition shall be in a form approved by the property tax administrator pursuant to section 39-2-109 (1) (d), the contents of which shall include the following:

(a) A statement informing the person of his or her right to appeal, the time and place at which the county board of equalization will hear appeals from determinations of the assessor, and that, by mailing or delivering one copy of the form to the county board of equalization that is received or postmarked on or before July 15 of that year for real property and July 20 of that year for personal property or, if a county has made an election pursuant to section 39-5-122.7 (1), on or before September 15 of that year for both real and personal property, the person will be deemed to have filed his or her petition for hearing with the county board of equalization. The date the form is received by the county board of equalization shall be stamped on the form. All forms shall be presumed to be on time unless the county board of equalization can present evidence to show otherwise.

(b) A requirement that the assessor's office set forth the following information on the face of the form:

(I) A description of the property claimed to be excessively, erroneously, or illegally valued;

(II) The actual value placed upon it by the assessor;

(III) A specific and detailed statement of the grounds delineated in this subparagraph (III), upon which the assessor relied to justify such valuation. The grounds are appropriate consideration of the approaches to appraisal set forth in section 39-1-103 (5) (a) and classification of the property. For agricultural lands, the grounds are: Earning or productive capacity; classification; and capitalization rate.

(IV) The assessor's written statement refusing to change such valuation; and

(V) The actual value placed upon it by the person whose objection and protest has been denied.

(c) Space for the person whose objection and protest has been denied to state the grounds on which he relied and to indicate the manner, if any, in which he disagrees with the assessor's statement of the information described in paragraph (b) of this subsection (1).

(1.5) In addition to any other requirements set forth in subsection (1) of this section, any petition for appeal relating to real property shall contain the actual value of such real property, stated in terms of a specific dollar amount, which is being offered as the correct valuation. Nothing in this subsection (1.5) shall be construed to exempt paid representatives of taxpayers from the requirements of part 7 of article 61 of title 12, C.R.S., if applicable.

(1.7)  Any person who objects to the application of the term "integral to an agricultural operation" to their property in accordance with section 39-1-102 (1.6) (a) (I) and (14.4) and whose objections or protests have been denied by the assessor may submit a petition for appeal to the county board of equalization to the same extent as any other protest or objection for which an appeal to the board is provided under law and shall satisfy all requirements for the prosecution of such appeal as provided by law.

(2) (a) Upon receiving a petition in the form described in subsection (1) of this section, the county board of equalization or its authorized agent shall note the filing of the petition, set a time for hearing of said petition, and except as provided in paragraph (b) of this subsection (2), notify the petitioner by mail of such time for hearing.

           (b) A board of county commissioners may authorize by resolution a petitioner or a petitioner's agent to elect to receive the notice required in paragraph (a) of this subsection (2) by fax or electronic mail at a phone number or electronic mail address supplied by the petitioner or the petitioner's agent. If no election is made by the petitioner or the petitioner's agent, the county board of equalization shall mail the required notice.

(3) If the assessor fails or refuses to comply with the provisions of section 39-5-122, this section, or both, relating to said form, the objecting person shall not be deprived of his right of appeal to the county board of equalization. The objecting person may present his objections and protests in person or by counsel, orally or by letter or other informal writing, on any day during the meeting of the county board of equalization held for the purpose of hearing appeals. The said failure or refusal of the assessor shall not, in any manner, deprive the objecting person of his right to a full, fair, and complete hearing of his objections and protests by the county board of equalization.

39-8-107. Hearings on appeal. 

        (1) At the hearing upon a petition, the assessor or the assessor's authorized representative shall be present and shall produce information to support the basis and amount of the assessor's valuation of the property. The board shall hear and consider all testimony and examine all exhibits produced or introduced by either the petitioner or the assessor, with no presumption in favor of any pending valuation, and may subpoena witnesses to testify. The costs of producing the petitioner's witnesses shall be paid by the petitioner, and the costs of producing the assessor's witnesses shall be paid by the county. On the basis of the testimony produced and the exhibits introduced, the board shall grant or deny the petition, in whole or in part, and shall notify the petitioner and the assessor in writing. If the board denies the petition, in whole or in part, such written notice shall inform the petitioner of the right to appeal within the thirty-day period following the denial to the district court or the board of assessment appeals pursuant to the provisions of section 39-8-108 (1) or within the thirty-day period following the denial to submit the case to arbitration pursuant to the provisions of section 39-8-108.5. Such notice shall state that, if the appeal is to the board of assessment appeals, the hearing before the board of assessment appeals shall be the last hearing at which testimony, exhibits, or any other type of evidence may be introduced by either party and that, if there is an appeal to the court of appeals pursuant to section 39-8-108 (2), the record from the hearing before the board of assessment appeals and no new evidence shall be the basis for the court's decision. The phone number and address of the board of assessment appeals shall also be included on the notice. The notice shall also state, in general terms, how to pursue arbitration and that, if a taxpayer submits the case to arbitration, the decision reached under such process shall be final and not subject to review. If a referee heard the case, the board shall, at the written request of any taxpayer or any agent of such taxpayer within seven working days after receipt of said request, make available to the taxpayer or agent the referee's findings and recommendations. At the board's election, the board may either mail, fax, or send by electronic transmission such findings and recommendations to the address, phone number, or electronic address supplied by said taxpayer or agent. Upon receipt of such request, the board shall notify the taxpayer or agent of the estimated cost of providing such findings and recommendations, payment of which shall be made prior to providing such findings and recommendations. Upon providing such findings and recommendations, the board may include a bill for the reasonable cost above the estimated cost and up to the statutory maximum which shall be due and payable upon receipt by the taxpayer or agent.

(2) (a) The county board of equalization shall continue its hearings from time to time until all petitions have been heard, but all such hearings shall be concluded and decisions rendered thereon by the close of business on August 5 of that year; except that, in a county that has made an election pursuant to section 39-5-122.7 (1), all such hearings shall be concluded and decisions rendered thereon by the close of business on November 1 of that year. Except as authorized in paragraph (b) of this subsection (2), any decision shall be mailed to the petitioner within five business days of the date on which such decision is rendered.

(b) A board of county commissioners may authorize by resolution a petitioner or a petitioner's agent to elect to receive the decision rendered by the board as required in paragraph (a) of this subsection (2) by fax or electronic mail at a phone number or electronic mail address supplied by the petitioner or the petitioner's agent. If no election is made by the petitioner or the petitioner's agent, the county board of equalization shall mail the decision.

(3) At the written request of any taxpayer or any agent of such taxpayer and subject to such confidentiality requirements as provided by law, the assessor shall, within three working days after receipt of said request, make available to the taxpayer or agent the data used by the assessor in determining the actual value of any property owned by such taxpayer. At the assessor's election, the assessor may either mail, fax, or send by electronic transmission to the address, phone number, or electronic address supplied by said taxpayer or agent such data. Such data shall include but shall not be limited to the data derived from the declarations filed pursuant to the provisions of article 14 of this title and confidential data, provided that such confidential data shall be presented in such a manner that the source cannot be identified. Upon receipt of such request, the assessor shall notify the taxpayer or agent of the estimated cost of providing such information, payment of which shall be made prior to providing such information. Upon providing such information, the assessor may include a bill for the reasonable cost above the estimated cost and up to the statutory maximum which shall be due and payable upon receipt by the taxpayer or agent.

(4) The assessor may not rely on any confidential information which is not available for review by the taxpayer, unless such confidential data is presented in such a manner that the source cannot be identified.

(5) (a) (I)  On and after the effective date of this subsection (5), in addition to any other requirements under law, any petitioner appealing either a valuation of rent-producing commercial real property to the board of assessment appeals pursuant to section 39-8-108 (1) or a denial of an abatement of taxes pursuant to section 39-10-114 shall provide to the county board of equalization or to the board of county commissioners of the county in the case of an abatement, and not to the board of assessment appeals, the following information, if applicable:

(A)  Actual annual rental income for two full years including the base year for the relevant property tax year;

(B)  Tenant reimbursements for two full years including the base year for the relevant property tax year;

(C)  Itemized expenses for two full years including the base year for the relevant property tax year; and

(D)  Rent roll data, including the name of any tenants, the address, unit, or suite number of the subject property, lease start and end dates, option terms, base rent, square footage leased, and vacant space for two full years including the base year for the relevant property tax year.

(II)  The petitioner shall provide the information required by subparagraph (I) of this paragraph (a) within ninety days after the appeal has been filed with the board of assessment appeals.

(b) (I)  The assessor, the county board of equalization, or the board of county commissioners of the county, as applicable, shall, upon request made by the petitioner, provide to a petitioner who has filed an appeal with the board of assessment appeals not more than ninety days after receipt of the petitioner's request, the following information:

(A)  All of the underlying data used by the county in calculating the value of the subject property that is being appealed, including the capitalization rate for such property; and

(B)  The names of any commercially available and copyrighted publications used in calculating the value of the subject property.

(II)  The party providing the information to the petitioner pursuant to subparagraph (I) of this paragraph (b) shall redact all confidential information contained therein.

(c)  If a petitioner fails to provide the information required by subparagraph (I) of paragraph (a) of this subsection (5) by the deadline specified in subparagraph (II) of said paragraph (a), the county may move the board of assessment appeals to compel disclosure and to issue appropriate sanctions for noncompliance with such order. The motion may be made directly by the county attorney and shall be accompanied by a certification that the county assessor or the county board of equalization has in good faith conferred or attempted to confer with such petitioner in an effort to obtain the information without action by the board of assessment appeals. If an order compelling disclosure is issued under this paragraph (c) and the petitioner fails to comply with such order, the board of assessment appeals may make such orders in regard to the noncompliance as are just and reasonable under the circumstances, including an order dismissing the action or the entry of a judgment by default against the petitioner. Interest due the taxpayer shall cease to accrue as of the date the order compelling disclosure is issued, and the accrual of interest shall resume as of the date the contested information has been provided by the taxpayer.

(d)  In the notice of determination, the county board of equalization shall inform a taxpayer of the taxpayer's obligation to provide the information required by paragraph (a) of this subsection (5).

(e)  The county board of equalization and the board of county commissioners receiving any information provided by a petitioner pursuant to subparagraph (I) of paragraph (a) of this subsection (5) that is exempt from disclosure under either section 24-72-204 (3) (a) (IV), C.R.S., or another provision of the "Colorado Open Records Act", part 2 of article 72 of title 24, C.R.S., shall keep such information confidential; except that such information may be disclosed to the administrator and the employees of his or her office, the board of assessment appeals, the county board of equalization, the board of county commissioners of the county in which the subject property is located, the office of the county assessor, or a person retained to appraise or provide value consultation in connection with the subject property where such information is pertinent to an appeal.

(f)  Nothing in this subsection (5) shall be construed to apply to a public utility whose valuation for property tax purposes is determined by the administrator in accordance with the provisions of article 4 of this title.

          (6)  If the city and county of Denver elects to use the pilot alternate protest procedure established in section 39-5-122.8, all hearings shall be conducted in accordance with that section.

39-8-108. Decision - review - opportunity to submit case to arbitration. 

        (1) If the county board of equalization grants a petition, in whole or in part, the assessor shall adjust the valuation accordingly; but, if the petition is denied, in whole or in part, the petitioner may appeal the valuation set by the assessor or, if the valuation is adjusted as a result of a decision of the county board of equalization, the adjusted valuation to the board of assessment appeals or to the district court of the county wherein the petitioner's property is located for a trial de novo, or the petitioner may submit the case to arbitration pursuant to the provisions of section 39-8-108.5. Such appeal or submission to arbitration shall be taken no later than thirty days after the date such denial was mailed pursuant to section 39-8-107 (2). Any decision rendered by the county board of equalization shall state that the petitioner has the right to appeal the decision of the county board to the board of assessment appeals or to the district court of the county wherein the petitioner's property is located or to submit the case to arbitration and, to preserve such right, the time by which such appeal or submission to arbitration must be made. Any request by a taxpayer for a hearing before the board of assessment appeals shall be accompanied by a nonrefundable filing fee in an amount specified in section 39-2-125 (1) (h). In addition, any request by a taxpayer for a hearing before the board of assessment appeals shall be stamped with the date on which such request was received by the board. All such requests shall be presumed to be on time unless the board can present evidence to show otherwise.

(2) If the petitioner has appealed to the board of assessment appeals and the decision of the board of assessment appeals is against the petitioner, the petitioner may petition the court of appeals for judicial review according to the Colorado appellate rules and the provisions of section 24-4-106 (11), C.R.S. If the decision of the board is against the respondent, the respondent, upon the recommendation of the board that it either is a matter of statewide concern or has resulted in a significant decrease in the total valuation of the respondent county, may petition the court of appeals for judicial review according to the Colorado appellate rules and the provisions of section 24-4-106 (11), C.R.S. In addition, on and after June 7, 1989, if the decision of the board is against the respondent, the respondent may petition the court of appeals for judicial review of alleged procedural errors or errors of law within thirty days of such decision when the respondent alleges procedural errors or errors of law by the board of assessment appeals. If the board does not recommend its decision to be a matter of statewide concern or to have resulted in a significant decrease in the total valuation of the respondent county, the respondent may petition the court of appeals for judicial review of such questions within thirty days of such decision. Any decision issued by the board of assessment appeals shall inform the petitioner or respondent, as may be appropriate, of the right to petition the court of appeals for judicial review.

(3) If the decision of the county board of equalization has been appealed to the district court, the decision of the court shall be subject to appellate review according to the Colorado appellate rules and the provisions of section 24-4-106 (9), C.R.S.

(4) If the taxpayer submits his case to arbitration pursuant to the provisions of section 39-8-108.5, the decision reached under such process shall be final and not subject to review.

(5) In any appeal authorized by this section or by section 39-5-122, 39-5-122.7, or 39-10-114:

(a) The valuation shall not be adjusted to a value higher than the valuation set by the county board of equalization pursuant to section 39-8-107, except as specifically permitted pursuant to section 39-5-125;

(b) The assessor's valuation of similar property similarly situated shall be credible evidence;

(c) The respondent may not rely on any confidential information which is not available for review by the taxpayer unless such confidential data is presented in such a manner that the source cannot be identified;

(d) Upon request, the respondent shall make available to the taxpayer two working days prior to any appeal hearing data supporting the assessor's valuation. Such request shall be accompanied by data supporting the taxpayer's valuation. Nothing in this paragraph (d) shall be construed to prohibit the introduction at such appeal hearing of any data discovered as a result of the exchange of data required by this paragraph (d).

(e) In using the market approach to determine the value of residential real property, if the assessor has knowledge of the conversion from one residential use to a different residential use, such conversion shall create a rebuttable presumption that the sale of such property is not a comparable sale for purposes of establishing the value of a property having a similar prior residential use.

(6) In any appeal or submission to arbitration authorized by this section, there shall be no presumption in favor of any pending valuation.

39-8-108.5. Arbitration of property valuations - arbitrators - qualifications - procedures. 

        (1) (a) In order to give taxpayers an alternative to pursuing an appeal of the county board of equalization's decision through either the board of assessment appeals or the district court, an arbitration process shall be established. The board of county commissioners shall develop a list of persons who shall be qualified to act as arbitrators of property valuation disputes. Such list shall be kept in the office of the county clerk and recorder.

(b) Except as otherwise provided in paragraph (c) of this subsection (1), persons on the list maintained pursuant to paragraph (a) of this subsection (1) must be, in addition to any other qualifications deemed necessary by the board, experienced in the area of property taxation and licensed or certificated pursuant to part 7 of article 61 of title 12, C.R.S.

(c) No person shall act as an arbitrator of property valuation disputes in any county during any property tax year in which such person represents or has represented any taxpayer in any matter relating to the protest and appeal of property valuation or to the abatement or refund of property taxes.

(2) (a) Within thirty days of the county board of equalization's decision, any taxpayer who plans to pursue arbitration shall notify the board of his intent. The taxpayer and the county board of equalization shall select an arbitrator from the list prepared pursuant to subsection (1) of this section within forty-five days of the county board of equalization's decision or within thirty days from the date the list of arbitrators is made available in any given year, whichever is later. In the absence of agreement by the taxpayer and the county board of equalization within said specified time period, the district court of the county in which the property is located shall select an arbitrator from said list.

(b) If a taxpayer acts pursuant to paragraph (a) of this subsection (2), the county board of equalization shall be required to participate in arbitration and to accept the arbitrator selected.

(3) (a) Arbitration hearings shall be at a time and place set by the arbitrator with the mutual consent of the taxpayer and the county board of equalization. The arbitration hearing shall be held within sixty days from the date the arbitrator was selected.

(b) Procedure at arbitration hearings shall be informal, and strict rules of evidence shall not be applied except as necessitated in the opinion of the arbitrator by the requirements of justice. All questions of law and fact shall be determined by the arbitrator.

(b.5) The taxpayer shall produce information to support his contention that the property should be valued differently. The assessor shall produce information to support the basis and amount of his valuation of the property. Both the information of the assessor and the information of the taxpayer shall be considered by the arbitrator in making his decision.

(c) The arbitrator may issue or cause to be issued subpoenas for the attendance of witnesses and for the production of books, records, documents, and other evidence and shall have the power to administer oaths. Subpoenas so issued shall be served and, upon application to the district court by the taxpayer or the county board of equalization or the arbitrator, enforced in the manner provided by law for the service and enforcement of subpoenas in civil actions.

(d) The taxpayer and the county board of equalization shall be entitled to attend, personally or with counsel, and participate in the proceedings. Such participation may include the filing of briefs and affidavits. Upon agreement of both parties, the proceedings may be confidential and closed to the public.

(e) No record of the proceedings is required.

(f) The arbitrator's decision shall be made in accordance with applicable Colorado property tax laws. The arbitrator's decision shall be in writing and signed by the arbitrator.

(g) The arbitrator shall deliver a copy of his decision to the parties personally or by registered mail within ten days of the hearing. Such decision shall be final and not subject to review.

(4) An arbitrator shall be immune from civil liability arising from participation as an arbitrator and for all communications, findings, opinions, and conclusions made in the course of his duties under this section.

(5) (a) An arbitrator's expenses and fees shall not exceed one hundred fifty dollars per case concerning residential real property. For cases concerning any taxable property other than residential real property, an arbitrator's expenses and fees shall be an amount agreed upon by the taxpayer and the county board of equalization.

(b) The arbitrator's fees and expenses, not including counsel fees, incurred in the conduct of the arbitration shall be paid as provided in the decision.

(6) Any decision of the county board of equalization regarding a 1987 property valuation which has been appealed to either the board of assessment appeals or the district court and which has not been heard or adjudicated may be submitted to arbitration pursuant to this section at the request of the taxpayer.

39-8-108.7. Review of decision - effect of stipulation by taxpayer - repeal. (Repealed)

39-8-109. Effects of board of assessment appeals or district court decision. 

        (1) If upon appeal the appellant is sustained, in whole or in part, then the appellant shall provide a copy of the order or judgment of the board of assessment appeals or district court, as the case may be, to the county assessor. If the order or judgment has been appealed, then the appellant shall present to the county assessor a copy of the original order or judgment of the board of assessment appeals or district court and copies of all further decisions of the board of assessment appeals, district court, court of appeals, and supreme court. Upon presentation to the treasurer by the county assessor of a copy of the order or judgment of the board of assessment appeals or district court, as the case may be, and, if the case has been appealed, copies of all further decisions of the board of assessment appeals, district court, court of appeals, and supreme court, modifying the valuation for assessment of the property, the appellant, identified as the petitioner or plaintiff on the order or judgment of the board of assessment appeals or district court, shall forthwith receive the appropriate refund of taxes and delinquent interest thereon, together with refund interest at the same rate as delinquent interest as specified in section 39-10-104.5.  Such refund interest shall only accrue from the date on which payment of taxes and delinquent interest thereon was received by the treasurer. Such refund shall be paid to the appellant even if the appellant is not the current owner of the property. The appellant and the county shall each be responsible for their respective costs in said court or board of assessment appeals, as the case may be..

         (2) In the event that the treasurer refunds taxes and interest to the appellant based on a modification of the valuation for assessment of the property pursuant to subsection (1) of this section, the treasurer shall be entitled to reimbursement for the refund of taxes and interest pro rata by all jurisdictions receiving payments thereof and may request reimbursement from the jurisdictions or offset the reimbursements against subsequent payments.  The provisions of this subsection (2) shall not apply to a city and county.

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