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Whether the city must do its own tax assessment of a property, outside of the county's assessment, before imposing a millage?
No. In fact, OCGA 48-5-352 says that in determining the fair market value of property within their respective tax jurisdictions for purposes of ad valorem property taxation, municipalities shall use the fair market value finally determined for the property for county ad valorem property taxation purposes. Fair market value shall be finally determined for county ad valorem property taxation purposes when all means for administrative and judicial review of the fair market value have been exhausted or are no longer available.

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1. Whether the city must do its own tax assessment of a property, outside of the county's assessment, before imposing a millage?
2. Whether the city must maintain a tax department and/or tax assessor?
3. Whether the city must put the imposition of the millage to a vote of its citizens?
4. Whether more than one homestead exemption may be claimed on a property?
5. Did the city violate any law when implementing the millage?

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