Laws, Regulations & Annotations

Property Taxes Law Guide – Revision 2013
 

Revenue and Taxation Code

Property Taxation

Part 7. Redemption

Chapter 2. Redemption of Part of Assessment

Article 1. General Provisions and Definitions

Section 4131

4131. State policy. It is hereby declared to be the policy of the state and the intent of this chapter to provide for:

(a) The satisfaction and removal of any lien secured to any parcel of tax-defaulted property, and if the right of redemption has not been terminated, to any parcel of tax-defaulted property subject to a power of sale pursuant to Section 3691.

(b) The redemption of any parcel of tax-defaulted property and, if the right of redemption has not been terminated, any parcel of tax-defaulted property subject to a power of sale pursuant to Section 3691, separately from the whole parcel which originally became tax defaulted, if the parcel sought to be redeemed (1) is described in any duly executed and recorded deed, purchase contract, deed of trust, mortgage, or final decree of court; (2) had a separate valuation on the roll of the year for which it became tax defaulted; or (3) has a separate valuation on the current roll.

History.—Added by Stats. 1968, Ch. 1293, effective January 1, 1969. Stats. 1985, Ch. 316, effective January 1, 1986, substituted "tax-defaulted" for "tax-sold" after "parcel of", substituted "tax-defaulted" for "tax-deeded" after the second "parcel of", and added "subject to . . . Section 3691" after "property" in subsection (a); and substituted "tax-defaulted" for "tax-sold" after "parcel of", substituted "tax-defaulted" for "tax-deeded" after the second "parcel of", added "subject to . . . Section 3691," after "property", substituted "originally became tax defaulted" for "was originally sold to the state" after "which", and substituted "became tax-defaulted" for "was sold to the state" after "it" in subsection (b).