Form 2700 Application for Property Tax Relief During Active Military Service as Permitted Under the Federal Service Members Civil Relief Act - Michigan

Form 2700 or the "Application For Property Tax Relief During Active Military Service As Permitted Under The Federal Service Members Civil Relief Act" is a form issued by the Michigan Department of Treasury.

Download a fillable PDF version of the Form 2700 down below or find it on the Michigan Department of Treasury Forms website.

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Michigan Department of Treasury
2700 (Rev. 12-13)
Application for Property Tax Relief During Active Military Service as Permitted
Under the Federal Servicemembers Civil Relief Act
(For Additional Reporting)
INSTRUCTIONS: Complete this form if you wish to apply for property tax relief while you are on active military service. Mail the completed form to the local
city/township/village treasurer for the lands for which you are seeking relief. You can file this form before or during your period of service.
Under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, property owned by a serviceperson cannot be sold to pay delinquent property taxes during the servicepersons’
tour of active duty. If your taxes are delinquent during your tour of duty, you will be charged interest at 6 percent per year, rather than at the higher rates
provided by law.
Exception: A court may permit your local tax collector to sell your property if the court determines that your ability to pay the taxes is not affected by your
military service. If your property is sold to pay delinquent property taxes, you have the right to redeem your property within six months at the end of your
active military service.
You can, at any time, pay your taxes on time without incurring any interest for late payment.
PART 1:IDENTIFICATION
Name
Current Address
City
State
ZIP Code
PART 2: PROPERTY DESCRIPTION
Describe the lands for which you are seeking property tax relief.
Tax Roll Identification Number, if available
County
Location of the Property (city, township or village name)
Other Description (address, legal description, etc.)
PART 3: PROPERTY INFORMATION
Check the boxes that apply.
I own this property.
I own this property with someone other than my spouse.
This property is occupied by:
Me
My dependents
My employees
This property is used for:
Residence
Business
Profession
Agriculture
PART 4: VERIFICATION OF ACTIVE DUTY STATUS
Date you reported, or will report, for active duty within the armed forces
Your orders are dated for
Address your local treasurer can write to periodically requesting a statement of your military status
City
State
ZIP Code
PART 5: CERTIFICATION
I will advise the local treasurer for this property promptly of my release from active duty. The information on this form is true and complete to the best
of my knowledge.
Printed Name
Date
Signature
Date
Reset Form
Michigan Department of Treasury
2700 (Rev. 12-13)
Application for Property Tax Relief During Active Military Service as Permitted
Under the Federal Servicemembers Civil Relief Act
(For Additional Reporting)
INSTRUCTIONS: Complete this form if you wish to apply for property tax relief while you are on active military service. Mail the completed form to the local
city/township/village treasurer for the lands for which you are seeking relief. You can file this form before or during your period of service.
Under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, property owned by a serviceperson cannot be sold to pay delinquent property taxes during the servicepersons’
tour of active duty. If your taxes are delinquent during your tour of duty, you will be charged interest at 6 percent per year, rather than at the higher rates
provided by law.
Exception: A court may permit your local tax collector to sell your property if the court determines that your ability to pay the taxes is not affected by your
military service. If your property is sold to pay delinquent property taxes, you have the right to redeem your property within six months at the end of your
active military service.
You can, at any time, pay your taxes on time without incurring any interest for late payment.
PART 1:IDENTIFICATION
Name
Current Address
City
State
ZIP Code
PART 2: PROPERTY DESCRIPTION
Describe the lands for which you are seeking property tax relief.
Tax Roll Identification Number, if available
County
Location of the Property (city, township or village name)
Other Description (address, legal description, etc.)
PART 3: PROPERTY INFORMATION
Check the boxes that apply.
I own this property.
I own this property with someone other than my spouse.
This property is occupied by:
Me
My dependents
My employees
This property is used for:
Residence
Business
Profession
Agriculture
PART 4: VERIFICATION OF ACTIVE DUTY STATUS
Date you reported, or will report, for active duty within the armed forces
Your orders are dated for
Address your local treasurer can write to periodically requesting a statement of your military status
City
State
ZIP Code
PART 5: CERTIFICATION
I will advise the local treasurer for this property promptly of my release from active duty. The information on this form is true and complete to the best
of my knowledge.
Printed Name
Date
Signature
Date

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