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Tax Bills
Why did I receive an unsecured tax bill?
  Some property taxes are called "Unsecured" because the taxes are not secured by real property (such as land). Unsecured property tax is based on the value of the property. The person or entity assessed for the tax is liable for the payment of the taxes. Unsecured taxes are also referred to as personal property taxes. Types of properties that are assessed unsecured taxes include watercraft (such as boats or jet skis), airplanes, business personal property, business fixtures, and leased equipment.

If you would like additional information regarding this subject, you may submit your question to our public service staff by using our Public Inquiry Form.
 
  Posted by Property Tax Portal, Monday, January 31, 2005
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