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The Assessor's office is bound by state law to appraise all taxable real property, meaning land and buildings, at a "fair market value" or "reasonable selling price".
The Homestead Exemption Office accepts applications for the various residential exemption applications and agricultural land use applications.
The Chancery Clerk serves as the Custodian of Public Land Records. This includes maintaining indices, creating volumes, receiving filing fees, and maintaining records.
Business personal property refers to furniture, fixtures, machinery, equipment, and inventory located within businesses.
Find out how taxes are calculated, how to pay them, and what other fees are involved.