Oklahoma State Auditor and Inspector Forms

The Oklahoma State Auditor and Inspector is responsible for conducting audits and investigations of state agencies, departments, and entities in Oklahoma. Their main purpose is to ensure transparency, accountability, and the proper use of public funds. Additionally, they provide recommendations for improving financial management and enhancing operational efficiency within the state government.

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This document is used for submitting an affidavit to the County Assessor in Oklahoma. It is used to provide information or make a declaration related to property assessment.

This document is used for filing an affidavit with the County Clerk's office in Oklahoma for the purpose of the Board of Equalization.

This form is used for creating a lease purchase agreement in the state of Oklahoma. It outlines the terms and conditions for leasing a property with an option to purchase it in the future.

This form is used for transferring property upon the owner's death in Oklahoma. It establishes a legal mechanism to transfer property directly to a designated beneficiary without the need for probate.

This form is used for claiming a refund of Advalorem (property) tax in Oklahoma. It includes a calendar of claims and voucher register.

This Form is used for providing mortgage tax information in the state of Oklahoma. It helps track the taxes paid on mortgage transactions.

This form is used for requisition purposes in the state of Oklahoma.

This Form is used for submitting an appearance bond in the state of Oklahoma. It is a legal document that guarantees the appearance of a defendant in court proceedings.

This form is used for conducting internal controls checklists during quarterly officers' meetings in Oklahoma. It helps ensure that county-wide operations comply with regulatory standards and best practices.

This Form is used for filing a complaint about an incorrect assessment and requesting a correction in Oklahoma.

This type of document is used for submitting an Assessor's Report to the Excise Board in Oklahoma.

This form is used for reporting and assessing omitted real and/or personal property in Oklahoma.

This form is used for filing the annual report for public trust entities in Oklahoma. It is required by the Oklahoma Secretary of State.

This form is used for the monthly reporting of officers by S.A.& I.140 in the state of Oklahoma.

This type of document is used for recording received items or goods in Oklahoma. It helps keep track of incoming shipments or deliveries.

This Form is used for filing a partial release of a claim of lien in Oklahoma. It allows the claimant to release a portion of their lien on a property.

This form is used for releasing a claim of lien in the state of Oklahoma. It is required when a lien has been placed on a property and the claimant wants to release it.

This form is used for documenting the schedule of appropriations approved in the state of Oklahoma. It provides a detailed breakdown of how funds are allocated for various purposes.

This form is used for submitting a supplemental estimate for taxes in the state of Oklahoma.

This document is used in Oklahoma to certify and provide an order to the County Clerk and County Treasurer. It is related to certain administrative processes within the county.

This Form is used for submitting an indemnity bond for lost or misplaced checks, warrants, or vouchers in the state of Oklahoma.

This document is an official depository ticket used in Oklahoma. It is used for recording and verifying deposits made to a specified account.

This form is used to provide a receipt for documents submitted to the County Clerk's Office in Oklahoma.

This form is used for recording cash transactions and summarizing financial activities of the county clerk's office in Oklahoma.

This Form is used for obtaining a receipt in Oklahoma.

This Form is used for depositing money into a depository in Oklahoma.

This form is used for recording and transferring ownership of property in Oklahoma. It is commonly known as a County Deed and is an important document in real estate transactions.

This form is used for requesting a cash fund appropriation from the Budget Board in Oklahoma. It helps individuals or organizations submit their request for funds to the appropriate authorities.

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