Kansas Statutes Annotated
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Statute Number:79-1437d
Chapter Title:TAXATION
Article Title:PROPERTY VALUATION, EQUALIZING ASSESSMENTS, APPRAISERS AND
Tax Type:Property Tax
Brief Description:Same; devised by director of property valuation;
approval by legislature; information to be contained therein.
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79-1437d. Same; devised by director of property valuation; approval by legislature; information to be contained therein. The real estate sales questionnaire shall be devised by the director of property valuation, and the director shall furnish copies thereof to the register of deeds. Upon proposing modifications or changes to the real estate sales validation questionnaire devised and used prior to 1992 or any validation questionnaire approved by the legislature in 1992 or thereafter, the director of property valuation shall submit such proposal to the legislature. Upon the failure of the legislature to enact legislation modifying the director's proposal within 60 days of submission thereof, such proposal shall be deemed to be approved, and the director's modified questionnaire may be utilized at anytime thereafter. The questionnaire shall be devised to obtain information regarding the identification and location of the property, name and address of the purchaser, sales price, date of sale, the classification and subclassification to which such property belongs, nature and circumstances peculiar to the sale, whether any personal property was included in the sales price, whether the purchaser assumed any mortgages or liens, loans, leases or taxes, the method of financing, whether any special assessments are levied against the property and such other information as the director of property valuation shall require. No information shall be requested in such questionnaire which would require the disclosure of the interest rate paid by the purchaser or the specific term of any mortgage.
History: L. 1991, ch. 162, 4; July 1.


Date Composed: 04/04/2011 Date Modified: 04/04/2011

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