2013 Arizona Revised Statutes
Title 42 - Taxation
§ 42-14152 Annual report for determining valuation; failure to file; penalty; forfeiture of appeal rights
42-14152. Annual report for determining valuation; failure to file; penalty; forfeiture of appeal rights
A. Except as provided by section 42-14155, on or before April 1 of each year each company that is valued pursuant to this article shall file a report with the department, under oath, stating the information that the department requires to enable it to make a valuation of the property. On or before February 1 of each year, the department shall mail to each company the forms for filing the report.
B. On written request and for good cause shown, the director may extend the time for filing the report required by this section.
C. If a company fails to file the report on or before April 1 of the valuation year, or the extended due date if an extension is granted, the department shall:
1. Estimate the value of the property based on one hundred five per cent of the preceding year's full cash value or on any information that is available to the department.
2. Also assess a penalty in the amount of the lesser of:
(a) One-half of one per cent of the value that is estimated by the department.
(b) One hundred dollars per day for each day the company fails to file the report beyond the due date.
D. If the report is not filed by May 20 of the valuation year, the company forfeits its right to appeal the valuation and classification pursuant to section 42-14005.
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