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My tax bill does not reflect that I sold a piece of my property to someone else. How do I request a cutout (or a combination)?
This answer has been viewed 1532 times and was last updated on 10/10/2017.
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You must submit a DR-518 - Cutout Request Form with the following areas completed:

  • Tax Roll Year, County, and Date
  • The grey section that says “To the Appraiser: A cutout is hereby requested on the following property.”  You would enter the parcel number the needs to be “cutout”, the property/legal description, who it is currently assessed to and the mailing address.
  • The next section you must enter the description of the property of the piece that is to be cutout, who it should be assessed to and the mailing address. (The parcel number will be issued during the cutout process) and leave the remainder of the form blank.
  • Sign the form where it says "Signature of person requesting cutout ". 

The completed form and a copy of the recorded deed should be submitted to the Quality Assurance Department at the Manatee County Tax Collector’s Office by email (sarab@taxcollector.com).

Note:  If the property taxes have been paid on the parcel, a cut-out cannot be requested.

 
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