Under which circumstances would my mobile home automatically become subject to local property taxes as opposed to in-lieu license fees?
If your mobile home was originally purchased new on or after July 1, 1980, it was automatically subject to local property taxes. Also if the license fees on your mobile home, regardless of when it was originally purchased became delinquent on or before May 31, 1984, your mobile home was automatically converted to the local property tax system. Delinquent license fees no longer cause automatic transfer to local property taxation.

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1. What is a mobile home?
2. I have a recreational vehicle (RV), is it considered a mobile home?
3. My mobile home is sitting on a permanent foundation on my property - how will it be taxed?
4. Under which circumstances would my mobile home automatically become subject to local property taxes as opposed to in-lieu license fees?
5. Are there any advantages to changing from in-lieu license fees to local property taxation?
6. How do I find out if I am entitled to the homeowner's exemption?
7. How can I change taxation of my mobile home from license fees to the local property tax system?
8. If my mobile home currently is subject to local property taxation, can I request reinstatement of vehicle license fees?
9. If I buy a used mobile home subject to local property taxes, how do I get the title transferred to my name?
10. If I purchase a used mobile home or modify my mobile home by construction, will I have to pay supplemental taxes?
11. How is the amount of my mobile home property taxes determined?
12. Do I have any recourse if I disagree with the valuation placed on my mobile home by the assessor?
13. What happens if I fail to pay my mobile home property taxes on time?