This states the legal owner of the property. Often the Assessor's office will abbreviate or change the tax statement "Owner" name so it can be delivered to a specific person. For example, instead of an entire Trust's name on the account, the Trustee to whom mail is addressed may be the only owner listed on the statement. Please contact the
Assessor's office if the property ownership is incorrect on your statement.
The legal description box should contain the physical address of your property if one exists. Below that information should be the "legal description" of your property. It may be simple such as "Plat of Sunny Acres Farm Blk 2 Lot 13" but it could also show what appear to be random letters and numbers. Those letters and numbers may specifically identify the location of that exact property on the map. The legal description may be abbreviate to two lines on the statement even though it might be several paragraphs in length. Please see the Assessor's office or your last recorded Deed for the full legal description.
Further contact information for each assessment agency can be found on the list provided above.