Laws, Regulations & Annotations
Property Taxes Law Guide – Revision 2010
Revenue and Taxation Code
Part 2. Assessment
CHAPTER 1. Taxation Base
Article 1. Taxable and Exempt Property
218.5. Homeowners' exemption; assessors to supply board with information. In order to assure the accuracy of the state's reimbursements for the homeowners' property tax exemption and to prevent duplications of the exemptions within the state and improper overlapping with other benefits provided by law, county assessors shall supply information from homeowners' property tax exemption claims and county records as is specified by written request of the board, and with the concurrence of the Controller, necessary to fully identify all homeowners' property tax exemption claims allowed by the assessors. The board may specify that the information include all or a part of the names and social security numbers of claimants and spouses and the identity and location of the dwelling to which the exemption applies. The information may be required in the form of data processing media or other media and in such format as is compatible with the recordkeeping processes of the counties and the auditing procedures of the state.
History.—Added by Stats. 1970, p. 542, in effect June 30, 1970. Stats. 1973, Ch. 208, p. 563, in effect July 11, 1973, eliminated subdivision letters former two paragraphs. In the remaining combined paragraph the objectives to be served by the assessors' sending information to the board were restated to be prevention of "duplications of the exemptions within the state and improper overlapping with other benefits provided by law" rather than prevention of duplication of exemptions "arising from the filing of claims in two or more counties by members of a single household", and added the sentence stating the kind of information the board may request.