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  137.445.  Assessor's books — how made. — The county assessor shall, on or before the time prescribed by the general law, make out and deliver to the county clerk of his county, in tabular form and alphabetical order, in books to be furnished by the county, one for each township in the county, the names of the several persons, companies or corporations in whose name any tangible personal property shall have been listed in each township, and in appropriate columns, opposite each name, the number and value of all articles of tangible personal property listed according to law, and he shall, in like manner, after having listed and valued the real estate in each township in the county, make out and deliver to the county clerk of his county the assessment of all the lands and town lots within each township in the county, properly entered in a land book, one for each township, to be furnished by the county, and to be made out in such form as is prescribed in the general law in relation to county assessors.


(RSMo 1939 § 14006, A.L. 1945 p. 1970, A.L. 1981 H.B. 114 & 146)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 12329; 1919 § 13242; 1909 § 11730

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