Laws, Regulations & Annotations
Property Taxes Law Guide – Revision 2010
Revenue and Taxation Code
Part 9. Corrections, Cancellations, and Refunds
Chapter 5. Refunds
Article 1. Refunds Generally
5101. Revenue districts' liability. Refunds ordered by the board of supervisors under this article in respect of county taxes shall be paid by warrant drawn upon the appropriate fund by the county auditor. Refunds ordered in respect of revenue districts, except chartered cities, may be paid by a warrant drawn by the county auditor, upon such available funds, if any, as the revenue district may have on deposit in the county treasury, or in the event such funds are insufficient, then out of funds subsequently accruing to such revenue district and on deposit in the county treasury. Refunds ordered in respect of chartered cities shall be paid in the manner provided for their payment in the charter or ordinances of the city. Neither any county nor its officers shall refund amounts on behalf of a revenue district from county funds.
History.—Stats. 1941, p. 2114, in effect September 13, 1941, revised provisions relating to revenue districts and added provisions relating to counties and chartered cities.
Merger in judgments.—The above provisions merge in and become part of any judgment allowing a refund. Los Angeles County v. Superior Court, 17 Cal.2d 707.