Laws, Regulations & Annotations
Property Taxes Law Guide – Revision 2016
Revenue and Taxation Code
Part 4. Levy of Tax
CHAPTER 2. Effect of Tax
2189.3. Personalty; certificate of security. A tax on personal property belonging to an owner of real property on the secured roll located in the same county as the personal property, where the personal property is not located upon the real property on the lien date, is, on and after the lien date, a lien on the real property, having the force, effect and priority of a judgment lien from and after the lien date, if, on or before the lien date:
(a) The assessor, at his or her discretion, with the approval of the board of supervisors, and at the request of the taxpayer, determines and issues to the taxpayer a certificate that the real property is sufficient to secure the payment of the tax.
(b) The taxpayer records the certificate with the county recorder.
Any tax which becomes a lien on the real property in accordance with this section shall be subject to the provisions of this division relating to the rate and date of payment of taxes on the secured roll for the current year; and in the event of any delinquency in the payment of such tax, the personal property on which it has been levied shall be subject to seizure and sale in accordance with Sections 2951 to 2963, inclusive, of this code.
This section does not apply to any tax which became a lien on the first Monday in March of 1958, and shall first be operative with respect to taxes levied for the Fiscal Year 1959–60.
History.—Added by Stats. 1958, p. 319 (First Extra Session), in effect July 23, 1958. Stats. 1976, Ch. 1079, p 4883, in effect January 1, 1977, substituted "2951 to 2963" for "2914 to 2921" in the first sentence of the second paragraph. Stats. 1985, Ch. 542, effective September 9, 1985, added "at his or her discretion . . . supervisors, and" after "assessor" in subsection (a).