TAXATION OF REAL PROPERTY INHERITED BY NON-INDIAN - OMITTED PROPERTY - INDIANS
TAXATION OF REAL PROPERTY INHERITED BY NON-INDIAN ‑- OMITTED PROPERTY -- INDIANS Land inherited by a non-Indian husband from his Indian wife is taxable from her death and prior to the issuance of a fee patent, and if omitted from assessment list, may now be assessed and taxed.
TAXATION - OMITTED PROPERTY
TAXATION ‑- OMITTED PROPERTY The taxation of omitted property under RCW 84.60.010 is to proceed in the same manner as the taxation of any other property insofar as possible; the assessment of such property may be made only for three years immediately preceding the discovery of it.
PROPERTY TAXES - OMITTED PROPERTY - IMPROVEMENTS, UNASSESSED
PROPERTY TAXES ‑- OMITTED PROPERTY ‑- IMPROVEMENTS, UNASSESSED The omission of an improvement in assessing real property may be corrected by first, the county assessor and secondly, by the county board of equalization.