Circumstances when additional taxes are not imposed
Notwithstanding that land may have been disqualified from special assessment, no additional taxes may be imposed under ORS 308A.703 (Additional taxes upon disqualification) if, as of the date the disqualification is taken into account on the assessment and tax roll, the land is any of the following:
(1) Acquired by a governmental agency as a result of the lawful exercise of the power of eminent domain or the threat or imminence thereof.
(2) Acquired by purchase, agreement or donation under ORS 390.121 (Powers of commission) (relating to State Parks and Recreation Commission acquisitions).
(3) Acquired by a city, county, metropolitan service district created under ORS chapter 268 or park and recreation district organized under ORS chapter 266 for public recreational purposes or for the preservation of scenic or historic places.
(4) Acquired for wildlife management purposes under ORS 496.146 (Additional powers of commission).
(5) Public property that was leased or rented to a taxable owner as described in ORS 307.110 (Public property leased or rented by taxable owner) at the time of disqualification, and the reason for the disqualification was the termination of the lease under which the land was assessed.
(6) Land that ceases to be located within the boundaries of an exclusive farm use zone as the result of a change in the boundaries of the zone or removal of the zone following an action by the governing body of the county or city that:
(a) Was not requested or initiated by the owner of the land; or
(b) Was requested by:
(A) The State Parks and Recreation Department for public park purposes under ORS 390.121 (Powers of commission); or
(B) The State Fish and Wildlife Commission for wildlife management purposes under ORS 496.146 (Additional powers of commission).
(7) Forestland acquired by a federal, state or local governmental agency. In the case of an acquisition described in this subsection, a lien for additional taxes and interest may not attach on the day preceding the day of transfer of the forestland to the governmental agency. [1999 c.314 §36; 1999 c.800 §1a; 2003 c.454 §34; 2003 c.621 §87]
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