Special Rendition Form for Fall, 2003
Senate Bill (S.B.) 340 by the 78th Texas Legislature requires the Comptroller to change the model rendition property tax forms. These model forms are required for rendering property with county appraisal districts, beginning January 1, 2004.
S.B. 340 also provides a temporary provision for property owners who did not render for tax year 2003 to render by December 1, 2003 to their respective county appraisal districts. If they do so and the chief appraiser discovers that some or all of the property has been omitted in one of the two preceding years, the chief appraiser may not add the property to the 2001 and 2002 appraisal rolls as omitted.
To help with this temporary provision for filing renditions by December 1, the Comptroller has prepared the model form, Business Personal Property Rendition Statement for Tax Year 2003. This form is in PDF format. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader, you will need to download the latest version to view and print this file.
Appraisal districts are not required to use this form and may develop their own form for this special filing. A property owner files the form with the local county appraisal district where the property is located.
The Comptroller will propose a rendition rule and model forms for rendering for tax years beginning in 2004 for comments in the coming months. Once adopted, we will add the final adopted forms to our Property Tax Forms Web page at www.window.state.tx.us/taxinfo/taxforms/02-forms.html#Renditions.
Please e-mail the Property Tax Division’s Information Services Section at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-252-9121, option 2, if you have questions about this form or the new legislation. In Austin, call 512/305-9999.