§ 137b.19. Multiple tracts on a single application.

 A landowner seeking preferential assessment under the act may include more than one tract in a single application for preferential assessment, regardless of whether the tracts on the application have separate deeds, are identified by separate tax parcel numbers or are otherwise distinct from each other.

   (1)  Contiguous tracts.

     (i)   A landowner seeking preferential assessment under the act may include in the application individual contiguous tracts that would not—if considered individually—qualify for preferential assessment.

     (ii)   If two or more tracts on a single application for preferential assessment are contiguous, the entire contiguous area shall meet the use and minimum size requirements for eligibility.

   (2)  Noncontiguous tracts. If any tract on a single application for preferential assessment is not contiguous to another tract described on that application, that individual tract shall—by itself—meet the use and minimum size requirements for eligibility.



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