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California Laws | Revenue and Taxation Code
DIVISION 1. PROPERTY TAXATION
PART 7. REDEMPTION

If any lien not determined by the application of a tax rate on a valuation of property has been levied or placed on the whole assessment, the application may be accompanied by the certification of the taxing agency or revenue district authorized by law to levy or place the lien, setting forth the specific amount of that portion of the lien levied or placed on the whole assessment which is to continue to be levied or placed on the parcel sought to be separately valued for each of the years for which it was delinquent. (5641)

Upon authorization by ordinance by the board of supervisors, the tax collector may charge an application fee for the actual cost incurred for the processing of an application for the separate valuation of any parcel for redemption under the provisions of this chapter. The fee shall be governed by the provisions of Chapter 12.5 (commencing with Section 54985) of Part 1 of Division 2 of Title 5 of the Government Code. (5642)

4153. The county assessor shall determine a separate valuation on the parcel for each of the years for which it was delinquent, and shall determine the valuation of the remaining parcel for each of the years for which it was delinquent. The sum of the valuations of the parcels shall equal their total valuation before separation. (5643)

If the application requested that the tax created by the assessment of personal property, or leasehold improvements, or possessory interests be allowed to remain as a lien on the parcel sought to be separately valued, and the assessor determines that the value of the parcel is sufficient to secure the payment of the tax, the assessor shall set forth the value of such personal property, or leasehold improvements, or possessory interest, for each of the years for which it was delinquent, opposite his determination of the value of the parcel. (5644)

4154. If the assessor has set forth the value of personal property, or leasehold improvements, or possessory interests opposite his or her determination of the value of the parcel, the amount of defaulted taxes on the parcel is the sum of the following: (5645)

(a) The sum of the amounts computed by multiplying the assessed value of the parcel by the applicable tax rate for each of the years for which it was delinquent. (5646)

(b) The sum of the amounts set forth in the certification of the taxing agency or revenue district as being the portion of the lien for each of the years for which it was delinquent which is to continue to be levied or placed on the parcel. (5647)

4155. If the assessor has not set forth the value of personal property, or leasehold improvements, or possessory interests opposite his determination of the value of the parcel, the amount of sold taxes on the parcel is the sum of the following: (5648)

(a) The sum of the amounts computed by multiplying the assessed value of the parcel by the applicable tax rate for each of the years for which it was delinquent. (5649)

(b) The sum of those amounts of tax on personal property, or leasehold improvements, or possesory interests computed by multiplying the assessed value by the applicable tax rate for each of the years for which it was delinquent, which bears the same proportion as the value of the parcel bears to the value of the whole assessment excepting the value of personal property, leasehold improvements, and possessory interests for each of the years for which it was delinquent. (5650)

(c) The sum of the amounts set forth in the certification of the taxing agency or revenue district as being the portion of the lien for each of the years for which it was delinquent which is to continue to be levied or placed on the parcel. (5651)

4156. The amount necessary to redeem the parcel is the sum of the following: (5652)

(a) The amount of defaulted taxes on the parcel. (5653)

(b) Delinquent penalties in an amount which bear the same proportion to the delinquent penalties in the whole assessment as the amount of taxes and liens on the parcel bears to the total amount of taxes and liens on the whole assessment, determined for each of the years for which it was delinquent. (5654)

(c) Costs computed in the same manner provided for the computation of delinquent penalties. (5655)

(d) Redemption penalties computed on the amount of taxes and liens levied against the parcel for each of the years for which it was delinquent. (5656)

(e) The redemption fee provided for in this part. (5657)

4157. The amount necessary to redeem the remaining parcel is the sum of the following: (5658)

(a) The amount of defaulted taxes on the whole assessment less the amount of defaulted taxes on the parcel separately valued. (5659)

(b) Delinquent penalties on the whole assessment less the amount of delinquent penalties on the parcel separately valued. (5660)

(c) Costs on the whole assessment less the amount of costs on the parcel separately valued. (5661)

(d) Redemption penalties computed on the amount of taxes and liens remaining on the parcel for each of the years for which it was delinquent. (5662)

(e) The redemption fee provided for in this part. (5663)

4158. Where delinquent taxes are being paid in installments, and a parcel is separately redeemed under this chapter, there shall be credited on the amount necessary to redeem the parcel an amount which bears the same proportion to the total amount which has been paid in installments on the whole parcel as the redemption amount less the redemption fee on the parcel bears to the redemption amount less the redemption fee on the whole parcel. (5664)

4159. In all other respects, the redemption shall be made in the ordinary manner. (5665)

CHAPTER 3. REDEMPTION AFTER PAYMENT OF DELINQUENT TAXES IN INSTALLMENTS (5666)(Text)

Article 1. General Provisions (4186-4187) (5667)(Text)

4186. As used in this chapter, "taxes" includes all taxes and assessments and annual installments of assessments charged on the roll, except for the following: (5668)

(a) Special assessments pledged to the payment of debt service on bonds issued pursuant to the Improvement Bond Act of 1915 (Division 10 (commencing with Section 8500) of the Streets and Highways Code) for which the local agency has covenanted to foreclose on behalf of the bondholder pursuant to Section 8830 of the Streets and Highways Code. (5669)

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