What Is The Definition Of A Principle Place Of Residence?

For a property to be considered a principal place of residence for purposes of the Disabled Veterans' Exemption there is no statutory requirement that a veteran must reside in their primary residence for a particular amount of time to qualify for the exemption. In order to qualify for the Disabled Veterans' Exemption, the dwelling must be established as the owner's principal place of residence as of 12:01 a.m. on the lien date (January 1). If new to the property and not yet living at the property through a lien date, the exemption may be claimed by a qualified individual upon a change of ownership or completion of new construction on or after January 1.

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1. What is the Welfare Exemption?
2. How does an organization file a claim for the Welfare or Veterans' Organization Exemption?
3. When must a claim for the Welfare or Veterans' Organization Exemption claim be filed?
4. What documents do I file with the assessor to request a Welfare or Veterans' Organization exemption from property taxes?
5. What documents do I file with the BOE to request an Organizational Clearance Certificate?
6. According to the Internal Revenue Service, my nonprofit organization is a section 501(c)(3) organization and, therefore, exempt from income taxes. Why must we file separately for a Welfare Exemption
7. The assessor determined that the property was not eligible for the welfare or veterans' organization exemption. What is my recourse if I do not agree?
8. Who Can Claim The Church Exemption?
9. Who Can Claim The Religious Exemption?
10. What Is The Disabled Veteran Exemption And Who Can Qualify?
11. Can I Receive Both The Disabled Veterans Exemption and the Homeowners Exemption?
12. What Is The Definition Of A Principle Place Of Residence?
13. What Is The Difference Between A Property Tax Exemption And An Exclusion?