Other Notices from MPAC

You may receive an Amended Property Assessment Notice as a result of a change made to your property that was not included on the previous Notice. MPAC is legislatively responsible for updating assessments when changes are made to properties. Some of the reasons these Notices are sent out are because of the following:

  • change to property ownership, legal description, or school support;
  • change to the property’s assessment resulting from a Request for Reconsideration or Assessment Review Board decision;
  • property value increase/decrease reflecting a change to the property, for example a new structure, addition or removal of an old structure; or
  • change in the classification or tax liability of the property.

Types of Property Change Notices

Post Roll Amended Notice

At any time during a taxation year, if there was a factual error(s) in the assessed value, classification or tax status of your property, MPAC has the authority to correct the error by issuing a Post Roll Amended Notice.  This notice corrects the assessment(s) provided in a previously issued Property Assessment Notice

Amended Property Assessment Change Notice

At any time, during the taxation year, if there was a factual error(s) in the assessed value, classification or tax status shown on a previously issued Property Assessment Change Notice, MPAC has the authority to correct the error by issuing an Amended Property Assessment Change Notice.

Advisory Notice of Adjustment

Where there has been a change to the assessed value that affects the phase-in values for the current or preceding taxation years and there is no other method to report the revised phase-in values, an Advisory Notice of Adjustment is sent to the property taxpayer.  An Advisory Notice of Adjustment is a notification only.  These notices are typically used to advise of the change in the phased-in assessment following a decision of the Assessment Review Board.

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Learn more

How we Assess Properties
Understanding your Property Assessment Notice
Property Assessment Change Notice

Note: The applicable law prevails to the extent there is any conflict between this information and the current law. This information is not intended to provide legal advice and should not be relied upon as such.

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