Connecticut's local governments administer property assessment and taxation. Assessors are the only town officials in this state who routinely determine property values for taxation purposes. Each assessor's primary objective is to ensure that all taxable property located within a town is assessed in accordance with applicable law so that every property owner bears an appropriate share of the total property tax burden. To accomplish this objective, assessors must discover, list and equitably value all property within their jurisdictions. The result of these efforts is the Grand List: a record of all the taxable and tax-exempt property in a particular town.
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