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1. Calamity Claim

An application for owners who have sustained a property loss due to destruction or damage from  flood, fire or earthquake. Property tax relief may be granted if the loss exceeds $10,000 and the application is filed within 12 months of the date of loss.

Tags: glossary, disaster, calamity, exclusion
2. Transfer of base-year value to replacement property for property damaged or destroyed in Governor-declared disaster (BOE-65-P)
BOE-65-P

Revenue and Taxation Code Section 69 allows Owners who own property to transfer the base-year value of the original property that has been susbstantially damaged or destroyed by a disaster to a comparable property.

Tags: forms, base-year value transfer, disaster, exemption
3. Reassessment of Property Damaged or Destroyed by Misfortune or Calamity

Applications must be filed with the County Assessor within twelve months of the date the damage was sustained.

Section 170 of the revenue and taxation code provides for the reassessment of real and/or personal property which has been damaged or destroyed by a misfortune or by a calamity through no fault of the assessee.

Tags: forms, miscellaneous, reassessment, calamity, misfortune, damage, real property, property, supplemental, disaster

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