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(35 ILCS 200/12-60)
List of assessment changes; publications.
When the board of
review in any county with less than 3,000,000 inhabitants decides to reverse or
modify the action of the chief county assessment officer, or to change the list
as completed, or the assessment or description of any property, the changes
shall be entered upon the assessment books.
On or before the annual date for adjournment as fixed by Section 16-35, the
board of review shall make a full and complete list, by township if the county
is so organized, of all changes in assessments made by the board of review
prior to the adjournment date. The list shall contain the information
enumerated in Section 12-25 and shall show the amount of the assessment as it
appeared prior to and after being acted upon by the board of review. The board
of review need not show on the list changes which only correct the description
of the assessed property, the ownership of the property, or the name of the
person in whose name the property is assessed. Changes by the board that raise
or lower, on a percentage basis, the total assessed value of property in any
assessment district or the value of a particular class of property, need not be
shown on the list. However, the list shall contain a general statement
indicating that a change has been made and shall state the percentage of
increase or decrease.
The board of review shall deliver a copy of the list to the county clerk who
shall file it in his or her office, and a copy to the chief county assessment
officer. The lists shall be public records and open to inspection of all
persons, and shall be preserved or destroyed in the manner described in Section
(Source: P.A. 97-146, eff. 7-14-11.)