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77-3516. Homestead; exemption; application; county assessor; duties.The county assessor shall examine each application for homestead exemption filed with him or her for an exemption pursuant to sections 77-3507 to 77-3509 and shall determine, except for the income requirements, whether or not such application should be approved or rejected. If the application is approved, the county assessor shall mark the same approved and sign the application. In case he or she finds that the exemption should not be allowed by reason of not being in conformity to law, the county assessor shall mark the application rejected and state thereon the reason for such rejection and sign the application. In any case when the county assessor rejects an application for exemption, he or she shall notify the applicant of such action by mailing written notice to the applicant at the address shown in the application, which notice shall be mailed not later than July 31 of each year, except that in cases of a change in ownership or occupancy from January 1 through August 15 or a late application authorized by the county board or permitted because of a medical condition which impaired the applicant's ability to file in a timely manner, the notice shall be sent within a reasonable time. The notice shall be on forms prescribed by the Tax Commissioner. SourceLaws 1979, LB 65, § 16; Laws 1980, LB 647, § 9; Laws 1983, LB 396, § 5; Laws 1984, LB 809, § 11; Laws 1985, Second Spec. Sess., LB 6, § 7; Laws 1986, LB 1258, § 7; Laws 1987, LB 376A, § 12; Laws 1989, LB 84, § 13; Laws 1991, LB 9, § 6; Laws 1991, LB 773, § 24; Laws 1995, LB 133, § 4; Laws 1996, LB 1039, § 8; Laws 1997, LB 397, § 30; Laws 2009, LB94, § 6.Effective Date: May 27, 2009