Laws, Regulations & Annotations
Property Taxes Law Guide – Revision 2010
California Constitutional Provisions
ARTICLE XIII Revenue and Taxation
Sec. 17. State Board of Equalization. The Board of Equalization consists of 5 voting members: the Controller and 4 members elected for 4-year terms at gubernatorial elections. The State shall be divided into four Board of Equalization districts with the voters of each district electing one member. No member may serve more than 2 terms.
History.—The amendment of June 3, 1980, substituted the second sentence for the former second sentence, which provided that the Legislature shall redistrict the State after each decennial census into 4 districts as nearly equal in population as practical and provide for the election of a member from each district. The amendment of November 6, 1990, added the third sentence.