During an appearance on the KSAT 12 News at Noon on Tuesday, Texas Governor Greg Abbott said he has no plans to suspend property appraisals this year and instead put the pressure to provide property tax relief back on local taxing entities.
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Live Oak County Appraisal District
Welcome to Live Oak County Appraisal District
Within this site you will find general information about the District and the ad valorem property tax system in Texas, as well as information regarding specific properties within the district.
Live Oak County Appraisal District is responsible for appraising all real and business personal property within Live Oak County. The district appraises property according to the Texas Property Tax Code and the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practices (USPAP).
Live Oak County Appraisal District is contracted with Capitol Appraisal Group, Inc. to prepare valuations of all oil and gas leases, telephone, gas and electric utility systems, cable television systems, pipeline systems, railroad companies, and industrial properties designated by the Chief Appraiser. Under this contract, Capitol Appraisal also maintains a list of record owners of all producing oil and gas leases mentioned above, indicating the particular interest, or interests therein owned, including working interests and royalty interests. Capitol Appraisal may be contacted at 9300 Research Blvd., Suite 100; Austin, Texas 78759-6520; or by phone at (512) 346-5480; or on their website. (mineral.cagi.com)
Debra D. Morin, RPA, RTA, CCA
All information contained herein, is considered in the public domain and is distributed without warranty of any kind, implied, expressed or statutory. The Live Oak County Appraisal District makes no claims, promises or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of this information and expressly disclaims liability for any errors and omissions. The Live Oak County Appraisal District is not an abstract company nor an extension of the County Clerk’s Office and we do not determine who has the better title to a property if public records conflict as to ownership or location. The information on this site is not intended to indicate the quality of title or priority of interest in any property, and you are advised not to rely on it for that purpose.
TEXAS PROPERTY TAX CODE 2015 EDITION
Sec. 25.027. Restriction on Posting Information on Internet Website.
(a) Information in appraisal records may not be posted on the Internet if the information:
(1)is a photograph, sketch, or floor plan of an improvement to real property that is designed primarily for use as a human residence; or
(2)indicates the age of a property owner, including information indicating that a property owner is 65 years of age or older.
(b) Subsection (a)(1) does not apply to an aerial photograph that depicts five or more separately owned buildings.
(Enacted by Acts 2005, 79th Leg., ch. 29 (S.B. 541), § 1, effective September 1, 2005; am. Acts 2015, 84th Leg., ch. 337 (H.B. 394), § 1, effective September 1, 2015.)