Texas Property Tax Code 2017
The Texas Property Tax Code available on this website are current through the Regular Session of the 84th Legislature, June 2017. The Texas Constitution is current through the amendments approved by voters in November 2015.
The Texas Property Tax Code (TPTC) contains statutes regulating the assessment, taxation, exemptions, appeal options, hearing procedures for Texas property tax appeals, judicial appeals for Texas property taxes, timely payment of Texas property taxes, and penalties for late payment of property taxes. The TPTC covers all counties in Texas and does not vary from county to county. Each county has an appraisal district which estimates the market value (assessed value) for real and personal property in the county.
Articles on appealing your property taxes and obtaining exemptions are available in this site. This and the preceding paragraph were prepared by O’Connor & Associates and the Texas Property Tax Code is determined by the legislature and compiled by the Texas Comptroller.
Visit our Texas Property Tax Code Explained page for clarification and explanation of certain tax code sections.
Table of Contents
Title 1. Property Tax Code
Subtitle A. General Provisions
Subtitle B. Property Tax Administration
Chapter 6. Local Administration
Subtitle C. Taxable Property and Exemptions
Chapter 11. Taxable Property and Exemptions
Subtitle D. Appraisal and Assessment
Chapter 22. Renditions and Other Reports
Chapter 23. Appraisal Methods and Procedures
Chapter 24. Central Appraisal
Subtitle E. Collections and Delinquency
Chapter 33. Delinquency
Chapter 34. Tax Sales and Redemption
Subtitle F. Remedies
Chapter 41. Local Review
Chapter 42. Judicial Review
Title 3. Local Taxation
Subtitle B. Special Property Tax Provisions
Chapter 312. Property Redevelopment and Tax Abatement Act
Chapter 313. Texas Economic Development Act
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