Appointment of Agent for Property Tax

Appointment of Agent for Property Tax

INSTRUCTIONS

In some cases, you may want to contact your appraisal district or other local taxing units for free information and/or forms concerning your case
before designating an agent.
You can use this form:

  • To name a tax agent to represent you on property tax matters involving single-family residential property;
  • To direct that tax notices involving single-family residential property be mailed to a person you name.

Read the instructions carefully. This form will be in effect until you file another form with the appraisal district that revokes it or until you file a form that names a different agent.

STEP 1: Owner's name and address

STEP 2: Describe the property

STEP 3: Specify the agent’s authority for property tax matters (skip to step 6 if you want to change tax notice mailing)

STEP 4: Name the agent for property tax matters

STEP 5: Date the agent’s authority ends

If you do not fill in a date, the agent’s authority will continue indefinitely. You must file a statement revoking
this form or designate a new agent to end the agent’s authority.

Complete steps 6-9 if you want tax notices mailed to an agent.
SKIP TO STEP 10 IF YOU DON’T WANT TO CHANGE TAX NOTICE MAILING.

STEP 6: Check if you want property tax notices delivered to an agent

NOTE: These notices can affect your legal rights. The affected offices are not required by law to send you duplicate copies.

STEP 7: Describe the property for which property tax notices will be delivered

NOTE: The designation of an agent to receive communications only applies to single-family residential properties you expressly identify and only affects notices generated after the
date you file the list identifying the property with the appraisal district.

STEP 8: Name the person who will get the notices

STEP 10: Sign the form

If you do not fill in a date, tax notices will continue to be mailed to your agent indefinitely. You must file a
statement revoking this form or designate a new agent to end the agent’s authority.

STEP 10: Sign the form

Sign Here

This form must be signed by the property owner; a property manager authorized to designate agents for the owner; or another person authorized to act on behalf of the owner
other than the person being designated as agent on this form. A property manager or other person should attach a copy of the document authorizing the person to designate
agents or act on behalf of the owner.

If you make a false statement on this form, you could be found guilty of a Class A misdemeanor or a state jail felony under Texas Penal Code Section 37.10.