Laws, Regulations & Annotations
Property Taxes Law Guide – Revision 2015
Property Tax Rules
Title 18, Public Revenues California Code of Regulations
DIVISION 1. STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION—PROPERTY TAX
Chapter 2. Assessment (101–300)
Article 6. Local Roll (251–270)
Authority: Section 15606, Government Code.
Reference: Sections 75.7, 75.11, 75.21, 75.40, 75.41, 75.42, Revenue and Taxation Code.
(a) When the period for claiming exemption has expired, and any exemptions have been processed, the assessor shall transmit the supplemental assessment and the following information to the auditor:
(1) Name and address, if known, of the assessee.
(2) The parcel number or legal description of the property.
(3) The tax rate area in which the property is located.
(4) The new base year value of the property with the value for the land separated from the value for improvements.
(5) The value of the property on the current roll, or the roll being prepared, or both.
(6) The exemption applicable, if any.
(7) The net supplemental assessment after exemption, or the values required for the auditor to calculate and bill the supplemental value.
(8) The date of the change in ownership or completion of new construction.
(b) The auditor shall apply the current year's tax rate, as defined in Section 75.4 of the Revenue and Taxation Code, to the supplemental assessment or assessments, computing the amount of taxes that would be due for a full year. If the tax rate for the "roll being prepared" is known, the rate may be used with respect to the fiscal year to which it applies, rather than the current year's tax rate as defined in Section 75.4. If the tax rate for the "roll being prepared" is not known, the current year's tax rate as defined in Section 75.4 shall be used. For property on the supplemental roll, the taxes due shall be computed in two equal installments.
(c) The taxes due shall be adjusted by a proration factor as set forth in Section 75.41 of the Revenue and Taxation Code to reflect the portion of the tax year remaining as determined by the date on which the change in ownership occurred or the new construction was completed. In computing the portion of the tax year remaining, the change in ownership or completion of new construction shall be presumed to have occurred on the first day of the month following the date on which change in ownership or completion of new construction occurred.
(d) After computing the supplemental taxes due, if the total is twenty dollars ($20) or less, the auditor may cancel the amount as provided by Section 4986.8 of the Revenue and Taxation Code.
(e) If the supplemental assessment is a negative amount, the auditor shall follow the procedures of section 75.41 of the Revenue and Taxation Code to determine the amount of refund to which the assessee may be entitled.
(f) No supplemental assessment authorized by this regulation shall be valid, or have any force or effect, unless it is placed on the supplemental roll on or before the applicable date specified in Revenue and Taxation Code section 75.11.
(g) No limitations period specified in Revenue and Taxation Code section 75.11 shall commence unless the filing or transmittal specified in the relevant paragraph has been completed.
(h) If, before the expiration of the applicable period specified in subdivision (f) for making a supplemental assessment, the taxpayer and the assessor agree in writing to extend the period for making a supplemental assessment, correction, or claim for refund, a supplemental assessment may be made at any time prior to the expiration of that extended period. The extended period may be further extended by successive written agreements entered into prior to the expiration of the most recent extension.
History: Adopted March 27, 2002, effective July 11, 2002. The adopted rule is necessary to specify the required items of information and procedures for enrollment of supplemental assessments, to direct auditors, as to the manner in which to apply the current year's tax rate and the proration adjustment of the taxes due, and to provide for the limitations periods for making supplemental assessments.