Texas Property Tax Financial Audit 6.063
Section 6.063 – Financial Audit
The board of directors of an appraisal district must obtain an audit of “its affairs” at leas annually. The scope, depth, level of detail and method of reporting are not defined within the Texas Property Tax Code. These issues are subject to the discretion of the board of directors of the appraisal district.
The report of the audit is a public record and is sent to the tax entities served by the appraisal district.
Sec. 6.063. Financial Audit.
(a) At least once each year, the board of directors of an appraisal district shall have prepared an audit of its affairs by an independent certified public accountant or a firm of independent certified public accountants.
(b) The report of the audit is a public record. A copy of the report shall be delivered to the presiding officer of the governing body of each taxing unit eligible to vote on the appointment of district directors, and a reasonable number of copies shall be available for inspection at the appraisal office.
Added by 1987 Tex. Laws, p. 2928, ch. 860, Sec. 2.
Publication of appraisal district budget, see Rule Sec. 9.3048.
These codes affect property owners across the state, in both larger and smaller cities including:
- San Leanna
- Highland Park
- Santa Fe
- Old Ocean
- Grand Prairie
- Barton Creek
- Oyster Creek
The Texas Property Tax Code applies to all property types in Texas including:
- Regional mall
- Racket club
- Medical office
- Neighborhood shopping center
- Truck stop
- Auto dealer
- Funeral home
- Discount store
- Auto service garage
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