Laws, Regulations & Annotations
Property Taxes Law Guide – Revision 2010
Revenue and Taxation Code
Part 9. Corrections, Cancellations, and Refunds
CHAPTER 3. Enforcement of Tax After Erroneous Proceedings
4948. Enforcement of tax. If the board of supervisors orders that collection of the tax should be enforced, the assessor shall assess the property at its value on the lien date of the year for which cancellation was made.
The property shall be entered on the roll prepared or being prepared in the assessment year when the cancellation is made. The entry shall be followed with "Taxes canceled for year 19__ and collection ordered enforced by Board of Supervisors ____ 19__."
The amount charged against the property on the roll on which it is entered shall be the corrected tax for the year for which the cancellation was made. No penalties or other charges shall be charged on this assessment except those which may attach to other property assessed for the year in which this property is placed on the roll. If the tax rate for the year for which the cancellation is made has not been held invalid by a court, the tax rate to be applied shall be the rate fixed for such year. If the tax rate or any portion of it has been held invalid by a final judgment of a court, the corrected tax shall be determined by the auditor by applying all such judgments in the manner prescribed by the Controller.
Any revenue received on this assessment for the year for which cancellation is made shall be treated like revenue received from delinquent taxes for such year.
The collection of the tax shall be enforced in the same manner as the tax on other property on the roll on which is entered.
History.—Stats. 1943, p. 1941, in effect August 4, 1943, revised first two paragraphs and added the fifth paragraph.