(a) For any assessment of personal property taxes after December 31, 1993, a taxpayer may assess the personal property taxes by mail, by telephone, or in person.
(1) The county assessor shall permit assessment of real and personal property of individuals by telephone without a signature verification under oath.
(2) The assessment by telephone shall not apply to business, commercial, and industrial real and personal property assessments.
(A) The county assessor shall mail to individuals assessing personal property by telephone, within five (5) working days from the date of assessment by telephone, an assessment containing a certification, which shall be provided by the county collector, indicating whether all required personal property taxes have been paid.
(B) The county assessor shall provide, if requested, proof of assessment for each motor vehicle assessed and proof of said payment information appropriate for motor vehicle registration renewal by mail.
(c) The Director of the Assessment Coordination Department shall promulgate regulations for the administration of this section. The forms and regulations promulgated by the director shall apply to all counties in the state.
Acts 1989, No. 517, § 1; 1991, No. 291, § 1; 1993, No. 1261, § 1.