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Form 82179PT Taxpayer Notice of Claim – Personal Property

Form 82179PT Taxpayer Notice of Claim – Personal Property

 

INSTRUCTIONS: ARIZONA TAXPAYER NOTICE OF CLAIM – PERSONAL PROPERTY (Form 82179PT)
 
Arizona taxpayers who believe an error has been made in the assessment of their personal property can file a form 82179PT to request a correction from their tax assessor. This document can be found on the website maintained by the Arizona Department of Revenue.
 
Arizona Taxpayer Notice Of Claim – Personal Property 82179PT Step 1: Indicate with a check mark whether you are requesting a review based on valuation or classification from your county assessor, a review based on valuation or classification from the department of revenue, or a review based on an error in the tax rate assessed from the county board of supervisors.
 
Arizona Taxpayer Notice Of Claim – Personal Property 82179PT Step 2: Enter the date on which you are filing this document. If you are mailing this document, you must use certified mail.
 
Arizona Taxpayer Notice Of Claim – Personal Property 82179PT Step 3: On line 1, enter your county name, the book/map/parcel number of the property, and the taxpayer/account number. 
 
Arizona Taxpayer Notice Of Claim – Personal Property 82179PT Step 4: On line 2, enter the property address.
 
Arizona Taxpayer Notice Of Claim – Personal Property 82179PT Step 5: In section 3A, enter the name and address of the owner as shown on the tax roll.
 
Arizona Taxpayer Notice Of Claim – Personal Property 82179PT Step 6: In section 4B, enter the name and address of the person to whom the decision should be mailed.
 
Arizona Taxpayer Notice Of Claim – Personal Property 82179PT Step 7: In box 4, enter the basis for your claim and the correction you are requesting. On the right, enter the pertinent tax year, legal classification, assessment ratio and full cash value of the property in question.
 
Arizona Taxpayer Notice Of Claim – Personal Property 82179PT Step 8: In section 5, the owner, agent or attorney completing the form should give their name and address.
 
Arizona Taxpayer Notice Of Claim – Personal Property 82179PT Step 9: The owner or their authorized representative should enter their signature on the first blank line of section 6.
 
Arizona Taxpayer Notice Of Claim – Personal Property 82179PT Step 10: The owner or their authorized representative should date the second blank, enter their telephone number in the third blank, and print their name in the fourth blank.
 

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Form JD-CV-109 Foreclosure Mediation — Court Notice to Homeowner

 

INSTRUCTIONS: CONNECTICUT FORECLOSURE MEDIATION COURT NOTICE TO HOMEOWNER (Form JD-CV-109)

 

 

When you are the subject of a foreclosure in Connecticut, you may be required to participate in state-administered medication. Form JD-DV-109 is an informational document explaining the steps which must be taken in such cases. This document can be obtained from the website maintained by the Connecticut Judicial Branch.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Mediation Court Notice To Homeowner JD-CV-109 Step 1: The first two paragraphs briefly explain how the Foreclosure Mediation Program works and states that you must follow one of the two following instructions for further action, depending on the return date on the foreclosure papers delivered to you.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Mediation Court Notice To Homeowner JD-CV-109 Step 2: The next paragraph concerns documents that must be filed if you received papers bearing a return date before October 1. If these were not attached to the foreclosure papers you were served with, they can be obtained from the website of the Connecticut Judicial Branch or at any Judicial District court clerk's office.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Mediation Court Notice To Homeowner JD-CV-109 Step 3: The next paragraph concerns due dates for your Appearance form (JD-CL-12) and Foreclosure Mediation Certificate (JD-CV-108).

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Mediation Court Notice To Homeowner JD-CV-109 Step 4: The next paragraph concerns documents that must be filed if you received papers bearing a return date of October 1 or after.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Mediation Court Notice To Homeowner JD-CV-109 Step 5: The next paragraph concerns the due dates of your Appearance Form and Foreclosure Mediation Certificate.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Mediation Court Notice To Homeowner JD-CV-109 Step 6: The next paragraph concerns another form you must complete, the Mediation Information Form (JD-CV-125). This document must be completed and submitted along with required paperwork to the lender's party at least 15 days before the first mediation session. Keep a copy of this form and bring it with you to your first mediation session. These papers should not be mailed to the court.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Mediation Court Notice To Homeowner JD-CV-109 Step 7: The next two paragraphs that the court will use your certificate form as the basis of their decision as to whether or not you are eligible for foreclosure mediation. If you are deemed eligible, you will receive a notification of the date on which you should come to court for mediation.

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Form 82300-1 Income and Expense – Apartment Supplement

Form 82300-1 Income and Expense - Apartment Supplement

 

INSTRUCTIONS: ARIZONA INCOME AND EXPENSE – APARTMENT SUPPLEMENT (Form 82300-1)
 
When filing a form 82300 affidavit of income and expense relating to a dispute over the assessment value of an Arizona property based on the valuation method, a form 82300-1 should be filed by those filing a claim relating to an apartment complex they own. This document can be obtained from the Arizona Department of Revenue.
 
Arizona Income And Expense – Apartment Supplement 82300-1 Step 1: Enter the name of the complex.
 
Arizona Income And Expense – Apartment Supplement 82300-1 Step 2: Enter the county, map, book and parcel numbers of the property. If this complex is an economic unit, enter the lead parcel number.
 
Arizona Income And Expense – Apartment Supplement 82300-1 Step 3: Enter the total number of units.
 
Arizona Income And Expense – Apartment Supplement 82300-1 Step 4: The next section requires you to document your rent schedule. For each unit type listed, give the number of furnished and unfurnished types rented and the rent per month for each. The unit types listed are studio, 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom/1 bathroom, 2 bedroom/2 bathroom, 3 bedroom and other.
 
Arizona Income And Expense – Apartment Supplement 82300-1 Step 5: The next section concerns utilities. Indicate with a check mark whether the tenant pays for electric or gas, water or sewer, or the telephone.
 
Arizona Income And Expense – Apartment Supplement 82300-1 Step 6: In the next section, indicate with check marks whether there are an on-site manager or leasing office.
 
Arizona Income And Expense – Apartment Supplement 82300-1 Step 7: The next section requires you to document your income for the last three years. Complete all columns and perform all calculations as directed to determine your net operating income for the last three years.
 
Arizona Income And Expense – Apartment Supplement 82300-1 Step 8: Write out any additional information or remarks at the bottom of the page where indicated.
 
Arizona Income And Expense – Apartment Supplement 82300-1 Step 9: The next page requires you to detail all actual apartment expenses for the last three years. Expenses which are not allowed include depreciation, mortgage debt service and property tax.
 
Arizona Income And Expense – Apartment Supplement 82300-1 Step 10: The last page requires you to detail all major replacement repair expenses for the last three years. 
 

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