Special Assessment For Land Preservation

This is Article 4 of the Code of Virginia, titled “Special Assessment For Land Preservation.” It is part of Title 58.1, titled “Taxation.” It is part of Subtitle III, titled “Local Taxes.” It is part of Chapter 32, titled “Real Property Tax.” It’s comprised of the following 17 sections.

§ 58.1-3229
Declaration of policy [Not set out.]
§ 58.1-3230
Special classifications of real estate established and defined
§ 58.1-3231
Authority of counties, cities and towns to adopt ordinances; general reassessment following adoption of ordinance
§ 58.1-3232
Authority of city to provide for assessment and taxation of real estate in newly annexed area
§ 58.1-3233
Determinations to be made by local officers before assessment of real estate under ordinance
§ 58.1-3234
Application by property owners for assessment, etc., under ordinance; continuation of assessment, etc
§ 58.1-3235
Removal of parcels from program if taxes delinquent
§ 58.1-3236
Valuation of real estate under ordinance
§ 58.1-3237
Change in use or zoning of real estate assessed under ordinance; roll-back taxes
§ 58.1-3237.1
Authority of counties to enact additional provisions concerning zoning classifications
§ 58.1-3238
Failure to report change in use; misstatements in applications
§ 58.1-3239
State Land Evaluation Advisory Committee continued as State Land Evaluation Advisory Council; membership; duties; ordinances to be filed with Council
§ 58.1-3240
Duties of Director of the Department of Conservation and Recreation, the State Forester and the Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services; remedy of person aggrieved by action or nonaction of Director, State Forester or Commissioner
§ 58.1-3241
Separation of part of real estate assessed under ordinance; contiguous real estate located in more than one taxing locality
§ 58.1-3242
Taking of real estate assessed under ordinance by right of eminent domain
§ 58.1-3243
Application of other provisions of Title 58.1
§ 58.1-3244
Article not in conflict with requirements for preparation and use of true values