FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION CABINET
Department of Revenue
(As Amended at ARRS, February 12, 2018)
103 KAR 5:230. Information to be provided by the sheriff when transferring delinquent property tax bills to the county clerk.
RELATES TO: KRS 134.122
STATUTORY AUTHORITY: KRS 134.122(1)(b)
NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: KRS 134.122 requires the Department of Revenue to promulgate an administrative regulation providing the criteria for the information required to be provided by the sheriff when transferring delinquent property tax bills to the county clerk. This administrative regulation provides a listing of information to be included in those transfers.
Each county sheriff shall transfer all delinquent property tax
bills on real and personal property to the county clerk as provided in KRS
134.122. Section 2. (1)] The sheriff and county
clerk may mutually agree to a list of information that is needed to ensure a
successful electronic transfer of delinquent property tax data from the sheriff’s
office to the county clerk’s office by the date required by KRS
134.122[ in Section 1 of this administrative regulation].
(2)] If the sheriff and county clerk do not mutually
agree on the information to be provided electronically in the delinquent
property tax data transfer, the following demographic information shall be
included in any electronic form utilized to transfer delinquent tax bill data
from the sheriff’s office to the county clerk’s office:
Tax bill number;
City, state, and zip code;
Property location address;
Class of property;
Assessed value of property;
Applicable tax districts;
Tax rates imposed by each tax district;
Tax amount due each tax district;
Total tax amount due;
Total penalty amount due;
Total sheriff’s fee due;
Total sheriff’s commission due; and
Grand total due at the time of transfer.
(3)] The demographic
information described in Section 2 of this administrative regulation[ above]
shall be transferred via an electronic data file that is usable by any software
vendor utilized by the sheriff or county clerk.
DANIEL P. BORK, Commissioner
APPROVED BY AGENCY: December 11, 2017
FILED WITH LRC: December 13, 2017 at 4 p.m.
CONTACT PERSON: Lisa Swiger, Tax Policy Research Consultant, Department of Revenue, 501 High Street, Station 1, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601, phone (502)564-9526, fax (502)564-3875, email Lisa.Swiger@ky.gov.