Withdrawal of change of special assessment application
(1) Where any property has been granted special assessment for the purposes of property taxation under any of the special assessment laws listed in subsection (2) of this section, and the owner or other qualified person applies for a change in the classification under another special assessment law, the applicant shall have 30 days thereafter within which to withdraw the application, by giving written notice to the public official or agency to whom the applicant applied for the change in classification. If no notice of withdrawal is given by the applicant, the application shall be acted upon and the change in classification made, as otherwise provided by law.
(2) This section applies to the following special assessment laws:
(a) ORS 308A.050 (Legislative intent) to 308A.128 (Certain district assessments inapplicable to exclusive farm use zone farmland) (relating to special assessment at value for farm use).
(b) ORS 321.257 (Definitions for ORS 321.257 to 321.390) to 321.390 (Land used to grow certain hardwood to be assessed as farm use land) (relating to special assessment as designated forestland in western Oregon).
(c) ORS 321.805 (Definitions for ORS 321.805 to 321.855) to 321.855 (Land used to grow certain hardwood to be assessed as farm use land) (relating to special assessment as designated forestland in eastern Oregon).
(d) ORS 321.700 (Definitions for ORS 321.700 to 321.754) to 321.754 (Eastern Oregon Timber Severance Tax Fund) (relating to special assessment as small tract forestland).
(e) ORS 308A.300 (Definitions for ORS 308A.300 to 308A.330) to 308A.330 (Rules) (relating to classification as open space land).
(f) ORS 308A.350 (Definitions for ORS 308A.350 to 308A.383) to 308A.383 (Rules) (relating to designation as riparian land).
(g) ORS 308A.403 (Policy) to 308A.430 (Disqualification from special assessment) (relating to special assessment as wildlife habitat).
Note: See note under 308A.253 (Qualification of homesites).
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