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Form 82179B Taxpayer Notice of Claim – Real Property

Form 82179B Taxpayer Notice of Claim – Real Property

 

INSTRUCTIONS: ARIZONA TAXPAYER CLAIM OF NOTICE – REAL PROPERTY (Form 82179B)
 
When an Arizona taxpayer believes that a tax officer has made an error in the assessment of your property, they can file a document requesting correction using form 82179B. This document can be obtained from the website of the Arizona Department of Revenue.
 
Arizona Taxpayer Claim Of Notice – Real Property 82179B Step 1: Indicate with a check mark whether you are filing this document with the county assessor based on valuation or classification, with the department of revenue based on valuation or classification, or the county board of supervisors based on error of tax rate.
 
Arizona Taxpayer Claim Of Notice – Real Property 82179B Step 2: Enter the date on which you are filing. If mailing this form, use certified mail.
 
Arizona Taxpayer Claim Of Notice – Real Property 82179B Step 3: On line 1, enter the county of the property in question and its book/map/parcel number.
 
Arizona Taxpayer Claim Of Notice – Real Property 82179B Step 4: If this is a multiple parcel claim, check the box on line 2 and attach a taxpayer notice of claim multiple parcel form (82179BB).
 
Arizona Taxpayer Claim Of Notice – Real Property 82179B Step 5: On line 3, enter the property address or its legal description.
 
Arizona Taxpayer Claim Of Notice – Real Property 82179B Step 6: In section 4a, enter the name of the owner as it appears on their tax roll, their street address, and their  city, state and zip code.
 
Arizona Taxpayer Claim Of Notice – Real Property 82179B Step 7: On the first line of section 4b, enter the name of the person to whom the decision should be mailed. On the second line, enter their street address. Enter their city, state and zip code on the third line.
 
Arizona Taxpayer Claim Of Notice – Real Property 82179B Step 8: In section 5, write your basis for the claim and the requested correction. Enter the requested details in the boxes on the right.
 
Arizona Taxpayer Claim Of Notice – Real Property 82179B Step 9: Enter the name and address of the person completing the form in section 6.
 
Arizona Taxpayer Claim Of Notice – Real Property 82179B Step 10: The owner should sign and date the bottom of the form, as well as entering their telephone number.
 

Form 82300-4 Income and Expense – Shopping Center Supplement

Form 82300-4 Income and Expense - Shopping Center Supplement

 

INSTRUCTIONS: ARIZONA INCOME AND EXPENSE – SHOPPING CENTER SUPPLEMENT (Form 82300-4)
 
When a claim is filed stating that Arizona property's value has been improperly assessed using the valuation method, a form 82300 affidavit of income and expenses must be filed. If the disputed property includes a shopping center, a supplemental form 82300-4 should be filed as well. This document can be obtained from the website of the Arizona Department of Revenue.
 
Arizona Income And Expense – Shopping Center Supplement 82300-4 Step 1: On the first line, enter the name of the shopping center.
 
Arizona Income And Expense – Shopping Center Supplement 82300-4 Step 2: On the second line, give its county/book/map/parcel number. If this is an economic unit, enter the lead parcel number.
 
Arizona Income And Expense – Shopping Center Supplement 82300-4 Step 3: On the third line, indicate with a check mark whether this is a super regional, regional, power, community or neighborhood center.
 
Arizona Income And Expense – Shopping Center Supplement 82300-4 Step 4: On the fourth line, enter the gross square feet and net leasable square feet of the property.
 
Arizona Income And Expense – Shopping Center Supplement 82300-4 Step 5: On the fifth line, enter the major tenant square feet, the non-major square feet and the pad square feet.
 
Arizona Income And Expense – Shopping Center Supplement 82300-4 Step 6: On the sixth line, enter the square feet of net lease grosses, in gross, and the modified gross square feet.
 
Arizona Income And Expense – Shopping Center Supplement 82300-4 Step 7: The next section requires you to indicate if tenants pay none, part or all of potential expenses. Enter a description of their payments as applicable.
 
Arizona Income And Expense – Shopping Center Supplement 82300-4 Step 8: Document your income data for the last three years in the next section. Enter any additional information or remarks at the bottom of the first page.
 
Arizona Income And Expense – Shopping Center Supplement 82300-4 Step 9: Skip to the third page and document major repair or replacement expenses for the last three years. Transfer the totals to the second page where indicated.
 
Arizona Income And Expense – Shopping Center Supplement 82300-4 Step 10: Document all expenses for the last three years as instructed on the second page. Provide the information requested about all tenants on the last page.
 

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Form JD-CV-96 Foreclosure Mediation — Motion For Permission To Request Mediation Later Than 15 Days After Return Date Or To Change Mediation Period

Form  JD-CV-96 Foreclosure Mediation — Motion For Permission To Request Mediation Later Than 15 Days After Return Date Or To Change Mediation Period

 

INSTRUCTIONS: CONNECTICUT FORECLOSURE MEDIATION — MOTION FOR PERMISSION TO REQUEST MEDIATION LATER THAN 15 DAYS AFTER RETURN DATE OR TO CHANGE MEDIATION PERIOD (Form JD-CD-96)

 

 

To request permission to file a foreclosure mediation certificate more than 15 days after the return date in a Connecticut foreclosure case or to request a modification of your mediation period, use a form JD-CD-96. This document can be obtained from the website of the Connecticut Judicial Branch.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Mediation — Motion For Permission To Request Mediation Later Than 15 Days After Return Date Or To Change Mediation Period JD-CD-96 Step 1: In the first blank box, enter the name of the case.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Mediation — Motion For Permission To Request Mediation Later Than 15 Days After Return Date Or To Change Mediation Period JD-CD-96 Step 2: In the second blank box, enter the district number.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Mediation — Motion For Permission To Request Mediation Later Than 15 Days After Return Date Or To Change Mediation Period JD-CD-96 Step 3: In the third blank box, enter the name of the judicial district.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Mediation — Motion For Permission To Request Mediation Later Than 15 Days After Return Date Or To Change Mediation Period JD-CD-96 Step 4: In the fourth blank box, enter the return date.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Mediation — Motion For Permission To Request Mediation Later Than 15 Days After Return Date Or To Change Mediation Period JD-CD-96 Step 5: Section I should be completed if seeking permission to file a foreclosure mediation certificate (form JD-CV-108) more than 15 days after your return date. Write the reason for your request.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Mediation — Motion For Permission To Request Mediation Later Than 15 Days After Return Date Or To Change Mediation Period JD-CD-96 Step 6: Section II should be completed if seeking to extend or shorten your mediation period. Check the first box if requesting another 30 days. Enter your new proposed end date and the reason for your request.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Mediation — Motion For Permission To Request Mediation Later Than 15 Days After Return Date Or To Change Mediation Period JD-CD-96 Step 7: Check the second box if you are requesting that the mediation period be shortened. Give your proposed end date and the reason for your request. Sign and date the form where indicated.

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Form 82130 Petition for Review of Real Property Valuation

Form 82130 Petition for Review of Real Property Valuation

 

INSTRUCTIONS: ARIZONA PETITION FOR REVIEW OF REAL PROPERTY VALUATION (Form 82130)

 

 

To request a review of an Arizona real property valuation, file a form 82130 within 60 days of the date the notice was filed. This document can be obtained from the website of the Arizona Department of Revenue.

 

Arizona Petition For Review Of Real Property Valuation 82130 Step 1: On line 1, enter the date the notice was filed, the county of the property, and the book, map and parcel number of the property.

 

Arizona Petition For Review Of Real Property Valuation 82130 Step 2: On line 2, enter the property address or its legal description.

 

Arizona Petition For Review Of Real Property Valuation 82130 Step 3: If this appeal concerns multiple parcels, check the box on line 3 and attach form 82131, which concerns multiple parcel appeals.

 

Arizona Petition For Review Of Real Property Valuation 82130 Step 4: On line 4, indicate with a check mark whether the property is being used for commercial or industrial purposes, as vacant land, in an agricultural capacity, or other. If industrial or commercial, specify. If other, explain.

 

Arizona Petition For Review Of Real Property Valuation 82130 Step 5: On line 5a, enter the owner's name and address.

 

Arizona Petition For Review Of Real Property Valuation 82130 Step 6: If you wish for the decision to be mailed to an address other than the one entered on line 5a, enter this address on line 5b.

 

Arizona Petition For Review Of Real Property Valuation 82130 Step 7: On line 6, give the name, telephone number and address of the person completing the petition. If you are an agent, you should also enter your State Board of Appraisal number and your State Board of Equalization number.

 

Arizona Petition For Review Of Real Property Valuation 82130 Step 8: On line 7, indicate the basis for your petition with a check mark.

 

Arizona Petition For Review Of Real Property Valuation 82130 Step 9: On line 8, provide all values shown on the notice of value.

 

Arizona Petition For Review Of Real Property Valuation 82130 Step 10: On line 9, provide the owner's opinion of all values.

 

Arizona Petition For Review Of Real Property Valuation 82130 Step 11: On line 10, the property owner or their representative should enter their signature, their telephone number and their email address.

 

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Form 82300-2 Income and Expense – Office Building/Retail Store Supplement

Form 82300-2 Income and Expense - Office Building/Retail Store Supplement

 

INSTRUCTIONS: ARIZONA INCOME AND EXPENSE – OFFICE BUILDING/RETAIL STORE SUPPLEMENT (Form 82300-2)

 

 

When disputing an Arizona property tax valuation made on the income basis, a form 82300 income and expense form is filed. Form 82300-2 is filed supplementally if the property in question is an office building or retail store. Both documents can be obtained from the website of the Arizona Department of Revenue.

 

Arizona Income And Expense – Office Building/Retail Store Supplement 82300-2 Step 1: Enter the business or building name.

 

Arizona Income And Expense – Office Building/Retail Store Supplement 82300-2 Step 2: Enter the property county, book, map and parcel numbers.

 

Arizona Income And Expense – Office Building/Retail Store Supplement 82300-2 Step 3: Enter the property gross square feet and net leasable square feet.

 

Arizona Income And Expense – Office Building/Retail Store Supplement 82300-2 Step 4: Indicate the type of lease with a check mark.

 

Arizona Income And Expense – Office Building/Retail Store Supplement 82300-2 Step 5: Indicate whether the property owner occupies part of this property with a check mark. If so, enter the number of square feet they occupy.

 

Arizona Income And Expense – Office Building/Retail Store Supplement 82300-2 Step 6: In the next section, document all potential charges to tenants as instructed.

 

Arizona Income And Expense – Office Building/Retail Store Supplement 82300-2 Step 7: The next section is an income data summary concerning the last three years. Provide all information as directed.

 

Arizona Income And Expense – Office Building/Retail Store Supplement 82300-2 Step 8: Enter any additional information or remarks at the bottom of the first page.

 

Arizona Income And Expense – Office Building/Retail Store Supplement 82300-2 Step 9: In the first section of the second page, document disallowed expenses for the last three years.

 

Arizona Income And Expense – Office Building/Retail Store Supplement 82300-2 Step 10: In the next section, document actual expenses for the last three years.

 

Arizona Income And Expense – Office Building/Retail Store Supplement 82300-2 Step 11: Skip to the third page and document major replacement and repair expenses for the last three years. Transfer these values to the second page where indicated.

 

Arizona Income And Expense – Office Building/Retail Store Supplement 82300-2 Step 12: Provide a complete tenant list on the fourth page as directed.

 

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Form JD-CV-97 Foreclosure Return of Sale — No Proceeds

Form JD-CV-97 Foreclosure Return of Sale — No Proceeds

 

INSTRUCTIONS: CONNECTICUT FORECLOSURE RETURN OF SALE — NO PROCEEDS (Form JD-CV-97)

 

 

After a sale of property involved in a Connecticut foreclosure case in which property was sold for less than the judgment debt, interests and costs, a form JD-CV-97 should be filed. This document can be obtained from the website of the Connecticut Judicial Department.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Return Of Sale — No Proceeds JD-CV-97 Step 1: In the first three blank boxes, enter the name of the case, the judicial district and the docket number.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Return Of Sale — No Proceeds JD-CV-97 Step 2: In the next two blank boxes, enter the name of the seller or committee and their juris number.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Return Of Sale — No Proceeds JD-CV-97 Step 3: In the next two blank boxes, enter the address of the seller or committee and their telephone number.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Return Of Sale — No Proceeds JD-CV-97 Step 4: In the next three blank boxes, enter the name, telephone number and address of the buyer.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Return Of Sale — No Proceeds JD-CV-97 Step 5: In the next four blank boxes, enter the name of the buyer's attorney, their juris number, their address and their telephone number.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Return Of Sale — No Proceeds JD-CV-97 Step 6: In the next blank box, enter the address or location of the property.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Return Of Sale — No Proceeds JD-CV-97 Step 7: On line 1, enter the date on which the court approved sale of the property for a dollar amount. Enter the amount.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Return Of Sale — No Proceeds JD-CV-97 Step 8: On line 2, enter the date on which the court approved the Committee deed for the sale of property.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Return Of Sale — No Proceeds JD-CV-97 Step 9: On line 3, enter the date on which the closing for the property was held and the amount paid the Committee by the buyer's attorney.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Return Of Sale — No Proceeds JD-CV-97 Step 10: On line 4, enter the date on which the committee paid court-approved committee fees, the court-approved appraiser's fee and court-approved committee expenses.

 

Connecticut Foreclosure Return Of Sale — No Proceeds JD-CV-97 Step 11: Sign and date the form where indicated. Also complete the bottom part of the form, which certifies copies were sent to all self-represented parties and attorneys involved.

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