Forms

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Exemptions

Special Appraisal

Application/Form Property Tax Code Reference
Agricultural Appraisal Definitions of Agricultural Land Section 23.51

Renditions

Special Inventory

Application/Form Property Tax Code Reference
Dealer’s Motor Vehicle Inventory Declaration / Confidential Dealer’s Motor Vehicle Inventory; Value Section 23.121
Dealer’s Motor Vehicle Inventory Tax Statement / Confidential Prepayment of Taxes by Certain Taxpayers Section 23.122
Dealer’s Vessel, Trailer and Outboard Motor Inventory Declaration / Confidential Dealer’s Vessel and Outboard Motor Inventory: Value Section 23.124
Dealer’s Vessel, Trailer and Outboard Motor Inventory Tax Statement / Confidential Prepayment of Taxes by Certain Taxpayers Section 23.125
Dealer’s Heavy Equipment Inventory Declaration Dealer’s Heavy Equipment Inventory: Value Section 23.1241
Dealer’s Heavy Equipment Inventory Tax Statement Prepayment of Taxes by Heavy Equipment Dealers Section 23.1242
Retail Manufactured Housing Inventory Declaration Retail Manufactured Housing Inventory: Value Section 23. 127
Retail Manufactured Housing Inventory Tax Statement Prepayment of Taxes by Manufactured Housing Retailers Section 23.128

ARB - Appraisal Review Board

Application/Form Property Tax Code Reference
Notice of Protest Right of Protest Section 41.41

Personal Property Forms

Application/Forms

 

Notice of Protest For a complete list of forms and applications visit the 

Texas Window on State Government Web site.

 

 

* Property Tax Code citations.

** (Exemption applications for cemeteries, charitable organizations, private schools, nonprofit water and wastewater supply corporations, and other nonprofit organizations must be filed within one year of acquiring the property.)

** (Persons turning 65 during a tax year must apply for the over-65 homestead exemption within one year of qualifying for the exemption for that tax year.)

NOTE: The calendar shows the most important property tax deadlines for appraisal districts, taxing units, and property owners in the tax year. When the last day for performing an act falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, Sec. 1.06, Property Tax Code, designates the deadline as the next regular business day. Check with the local appraisal district office or tax office if a due date falls on the weekend or holiday. The office will state whether a postmarked date of the next regular business day is acceptable. The deadlines shown on the calendar have been adjusted accordingly.