Section 45-1-81.01Assessment and collection of certain motor vehicle taxes; license records.
(a) The judge of probate shall perform all duties relating to the assessment and collection of ad valorem taxes and casual sales and use taxes on motor vehicles in the county, which have heretofore been performed by the tax assessor and the tax collector. The tax assessor and the tax collector of Autauga County are hereby relived of all duties and responsibilities relative to the assessment and collection of taxes on such motor vehicles. The judge of probate shall receive the commissions and fees now allowed the assessor and collector for performing these functions, and such fees and commissions shall be remitted to the county general fund. Reporting and remitting such collections shall be made by the judge of probate or as otherwise required by statute.
(b) The judge of probate shall keep at all times an accurate record of all licenses received by him or her from the State Comptroller and of the disposition made of them, of all monies received, and of the licenses issued by him or her. The judge of probate shall report to the State Comptroller at the same time and in the same manner that the judges of probate are required to do under the general law. All unissued licenses and the stubs or duplicates or carbon copies of licenses issued shall be accounted for in the same manner that judges of probate are required to account for by law.
(Act 89-372, p. 719, §§2, 3.)