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Real Property Tax Assessments and Reassessments

Real property taxes are the source of much confusion for both property owners and their attorneys. How are these taxes assessed and reassessed? How does property tax differ from transfer taxes? Join us as we discuss these issues and more as we de-mystify these aspects of California real property taxation.

 

1.5 hours MCLE Credit

Specialization: 1.5 hours Taxation

 

Real property taxes are the source of much confusion for both property owners and their attorneys. How are these taxes assessed and reassessed? How does property tax differ from transfer taxes? What constitutes a transfer of property that would trigger reassessment? How is current litigation shaping who gets taxed when and why? Join us as we discuss these issues and more as we de-mystify these aspects of California real property taxation.

Program Highlights:

  • The long shadow of Prop 13, and implementation of taxation at the state and local levels
  • Distinction between property tax and transfer tax
  • Original owners, changes in ownership, exclusions, and unusual events that may trigger reassessment
  • Current cases and the step-transaction doctrine
  • Challenging an assessment or change of ownership allegation

This is an intermediate level program. Some prior experience with real property matters is assumed.

On Demand RE59799-191

Livecast program recorded 7/27/17. 

 

Real property taxes are the source of much confusion for both property owners and their attorneys. How are these taxes assessed and reassessed? How does property tax differ from transfer taxes? What constitutes a transfer of property that would trigger reassessment? How is current litigation shaping who gets taxed when and why? Join us as we discuss these issues and more as we de-mystify these aspects of California real property taxation.

Program Highlights:

  • The long shadow of Prop 13, and implementation of taxation at the state and local levels
  • Distinction between property tax and transfer tax
  • Original owners, changes in ownership, exclusions, and unusual events that may trigger reassessment
  • Current cases and the step-transaction doctrine
  • Challenging an assessment or change of ownership allegation

This is an intermediate level program. Some prior experience with real property matters is assumed.

ROBERT S. MILLER ROBERT S. MILLER

ROBERT MILLER is a partner at Lubin Olson & Niewiadomski LLP, Walnut Creek, where he represents businesses and individuals in all aspects of real estate business operations, including real property acquisitions and dispositions, entity issues, leasing, construction and related contract negotiation, financing, project development and entitlement, regulatory compliance, litigation management, and insurance and risk management. Mr. Miller has particular experience in the homebuilding industry and homebuilding transactions and represents numerous homebuilders and residential developers in his practice. He is a frequent presenter on real estate issues and has authored numerous publications on real estate topics, including as an author of Real Property Ownership and Taxation (Cal CEB) and as an update author of Office Leasing: Drafting and Negotiating the Lease (Cal CEB). He is a past-chair of the Executive Committee of the Real Property Section of the State Bar of California. He was honored by Thompson Reuters as a Northern California Super Lawyer in 2017. Mr. Miller received his JD from Harvard Law School and his BS from Princeton University.

BRENNA E. MOORHEAD

BRENNA E. MOORHEAD

BRENNA MOORHEAD practices law with the Real Estate and Capital Markets Group of Goodwin Proctor, LLP, San Francisco, focusing on commercial real estate and related business matters. Ms. Moorhead represents and advises clients on real estate leasing matters; she has experience working with land use entitlements, natural resources, permitting, environmental review, and development. Prior to practicing law, Ms. Moorhead was an urban planner for private consulting firms in Florida and a board member on the City of Orlando's Board of Zoning Adjustment. She is a member of the Stanford Professionals in Real Estate (SPIRE). Ms. Moorhead received her JD from the University of Southern California Gould School of Law, her MA from the University of Florida, and her BA from Stanford University.

Products specifications
By Month July 2017
PRODUCT GROUP Digital
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
MCLE HOUR 0.5 - 2
PRACTICE AREA Real Property
SUBTOPICS Taxation
Products specifications
By Month July 2017
PRODUCT GROUP Digital
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
MCLE HOUR 0.5 - 2
PRACTICE AREA Real Property
SUBTOPICS Taxation