Laws, Regulations & Annotations
Property Taxes Law Guide – Revision 2011
Property Tax Rules
Title 18, Public Revenues California Code of Regulations
DIVISION 1. STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
CHAPTER 1. STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION—PROPERTY TAX
Subchapter 1. Valuation Principles and Procedures (1–100)
Reference: Sections 107, 107.1, 107.2, 107.3, 107.4, Revenue and Taxation Code.
The following are examples of commonly encountered taxable possessory interests:
(a) The right to explore for, capture, and reduce to possession gas, petroleum, and other hydrocarbons in public lands.
(b) The possession of an employee in housing owned by a public agency, irrespective of whether occupancy of the housing is a condition of employment except when the facility also serves as the employee's work area to which the employer has full access.
(c) The right to cut and remove standing timber on public lands.
(d) The right to graze livestock or raise forage on public lands.
(e) The possession of public property at harbors, factories, airports, golf courses, marinas, recreation areas, parks, and stadiums. Possessory interests may include land subject to the ultimate grant of a United States patent, commercial and industrial sites, and water rights.
History: Adopted January 6, 1971, effective February 18, 1971.