Laws, Regulations & Annotations
Property Taxes Law Guide – Revision 2010
Revenue and Taxation Code
Part 5. Collection of Taxes
Chapter 3. Collection on Part of an Assessment
Article 3. Applications and Computations for Separate Assessments
2826. Computation of tax. If the assessor has not set forth the value of personal property, or leasehold improvements, or possessory interests opposite his determination of the value of the parcel, the amount due on the parcel is the sum of the following:
(a) The amount computed by multiplying the assessed value of the parcel by the applicable tax rate for the current year.
(b) That amount of the tax on personal property, or leasehold improvements, or possessory interests computed by multiplying the assessed value by the applicable tax rate for the current year, which bears the same proportion as the value of the parcel bears to the value of the whole assessment excepting the value of such personal property, leasehold improvements, or possessory interests.
(c) The amount set forth in the certification of the taxing agency or revenue district as being the portion of the lien which is to continue to be levied or placed on the parcel.
(d) Delinquent penalties in an amount which bears the same proportion to the delinquent penalties in the whole assessment as the amount which is the sum of the amounts determined in (a) and in (b) and in (c) above bears to the total amount of taxes and liens levied against the whole assessment.
(e) Costs computed in the same manner as provided for the computation of delinquent penalties.