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bullet Can I get information on how to change title?
  If you want to add or remove someone’s name from the property tax records, you must record the appropriate document with the County Registrar-Recorder’s Office in Norwalk. That office can be located at http://www.lavote.net/. Concurrently, with the deeds being filed with the Recorder, you will also need to file the appropriate Change in Ownership Statement with the Assessor’s Office. Change in Ownership Statements are available on the Assessor’s website.

Before you record any document, you should speak with your tax advisor for information about any potential reassessment (tax increase) that may result from your recordation.

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, Tuesday, February 1, 2005
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