2014 Georgia Code
Title 48 - REVENUE AND TAXATION
Chapter 5 - AD VALOREM TAXATION OF PROPERTY
Article 5 - UNIFORM PROPERTY TAX ADMINISTRATION AND EQUALIZATION
Part 2 - COUNTY BOARDS OF TAX ASSESSORS
§ 48-5-292 - Ineligibility of county tax assessors to hold other offices; applicability in certain counties
(a) No member of a county board of tax assessors shall be eligible to hold any state, county, or municipal office during the time he holds such office. A member of the board may be reappointed to succeed himself as a member of the board.
(c) In any county in this state with a population of 100,000 or more according to the United States decennial census of 1990 or any future such census, no member of a county board of tax assessors shall be eligible to hold any county property appraisal staff position during the time such person holds office as a member of a county board of tax assessors, except as otherwise provided by law.
(d) In any county in this state in which a chief appraiser or a member of the county property appraisal staff is not otherwise prohibited under this Code section from serving simultaneously as a member of the county board of tax assessors and is serving simultaneously in such capacity, such chief appraiser or member of the county property appraisal staff shall upon ceasing to serve as chief appraiser or member of the county property appraisal staff automatically cease to serve as a member of the county board of tax assessors. Any vacancy created on the county board of tax assessors under this subsection shall be filled in the manner provided under subsection (a) of Code Section 48-5-295.
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