Form REW-3 "Residency Affidavit of Entity Transferor" - Maine

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This is a legal form that was released by the Maine Department of Administrative and Financial Services - a government authority operating within Maine. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

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  • Released on October 1, 2019;
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Form REW-3
Maine Revenue Services
Income/Estate Tax Division - REW
P.O. Box 1060
Augusta, ME 04332-1060
Tel. 207-626-8473
Fax 207-624-5062
Residency Affi davit of Entity Transferor
36 M.R.S. § 5250-A provides that a buyer (transferee) of real property located in Maine must withhold tax
if the seller (transferor) is not, as of the date of transfer, a resident of the State of Maine. To inform the buyer that
withholding of tax is not required upon the disposition of State of Maine property interest, the undersigned hereby
certifi es the following on behalf of ______________________________________________________ :
(Name of seller)
Check only the box(es) that apply:
The above named entity is a resident corporation that is incorporated in the State of Maine or maintains
a permanent place of business in Maine as of the date of transfer.
The above named entity is a resident estate or trust which has not established domicile outside of
Maine as of the date of transfer.
The above named entity is a resident partnership of which at least 75% of ownership interest is held
by residents of the State of Maine. Limited Liability Companies (“LLCs”) are considered partnerships
unless otherwise classifi ed for federal income tax purposes, in which case the LLC is classifi ed in the
same manner for real estate withholding as it is classifi ed for federal income tax purposes.
Complete the following lines:
1. Seller’s employer identifi cation number: ________________________________________________
2. Address of transferred property: ______________________________________________________
3. Seller’s current Maine offi ce address (do not list the address of the transferred property):
_______________________________________________________________________________
4. Seller’s current mailing address (do not list the address of the transferred property):
_______________________________________________________________________________
The above named entity understands that this certifi cation may be disclosed to the State Tax Assessor, by the
buyer and that any false statement contained herein is punishable by fi ne, imprisonment, or both.
Authorized signature
Title
Date
Contact person phone number
State of ______________________ , County of ___________________ , SS
Personally appeared before me the above named _____________________ , and acknowledged the above
(Seller)
instrument to be his/her free act and deed in his/her said capacity. __________________________________
Notary Public
Date
Note: The buyer, or real estate escrow person, must retain a signed original affi davit.
Revised: December 2020
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Form REW-3
Maine Revenue Services
Income/Estate Tax Division - REW
P.O. Box 1060
Augusta, ME 04332-1060
Tel. 207-626-8473
Fax 207-624-5062
Residency Affi davit of Entity Transferor
36 M.R.S. § 5250-A provides that a buyer (transferee) of real property located in Maine must withhold tax
if the seller (transferor) is not, as of the date of transfer, a resident of the State of Maine. To inform the buyer that
withholding of tax is not required upon the disposition of State of Maine property interest, the undersigned hereby
certifi es the following on behalf of ______________________________________________________ :
(Name of seller)
Check only the box(es) that apply:
The above named entity is a resident corporation that is incorporated in the State of Maine or maintains
a permanent place of business in Maine as of the date of transfer.
The above named entity is a resident estate or trust which has not established domicile outside of
Maine as of the date of transfer.
The above named entity is a resident partnership of which at least 75% of ownership interest is held
by residents of the State of Maine. Limited Liability Companies (“LLCs”) are considered partnerships
unless otherwise classifi ed for federal income tax purposes, in which case the LLC is classifi ed in the
same manner for real estate withholding as it is classifi ed for federal income tax purposes.
Complete the following lines:
1. Seller’s employer identifi cation number: ________________________________________________
2. Address of transferred property: ______________________________________________________
3. Seller’s current Maine offi ce address (do not list the address of the transferred property):
_______________________________________________________________________________
4. Seller’s current mailing address (do not list the address of the transferred property):
_______________________________________________________________________________
The above named entity understands that this certifi cation may be disclosed to the State Tax Assessor, by the
buyer and that any false statement contained herein is punishable by fi ne, imprisonment, or both.
Authorized signature
Title
Date
Contact person phone number
State of ______________________ , County of ___________________ , SS
Personally appeared before me the above named _____________________ , and acknowledged the above
(Seller)
instrument to be his/her free act and deed in his/her said capacity. __________________________________
Notary Public
Date
Note: The buyer, or real estate escrow person, must retain a signed original affi davit.
Revised: December 2020