New California Self-Reporting Rules for Certain Proposition 13 Changes in Control and Ownership of Legal Entities


Effective January 1, 2010, California Senate Bill No. 816 requires the completion and filing of a statement on Form BOE-100-B with the State of California Board of Equalization (“BOE”) within 45 days after closing of a “change in control” or “change in ownership” of a legal entity if, as of that date, that legal entity also owned or (under certain circumstances) leased an interest in California real property. The law further requires that this form be completed and filed whenever written request is made therefor by the BOE, regardless of whether a “change in control” or “change in ownership” of a legal entity in fact occurred. There is no extension of time to file this form.

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