Services


Issuance of Certification/Assessment related Documents

Property owner/administrator or any person(s) who has legal interest on the property has an access on all assessment records and issue them certification upon payment of the corresponding fees and charges.

Office or Division:Municipal Assessor’s Office
Classification:Simple
Type of Transaction:G2C – Government to Citizen
G2B – Government to Business Entity
G2G – Government to Government
Who may avail:All Property Owners
CHECKLIST OF REQUIREMENTSWHERE TO SECURE
Declared Owner
1. Letter Request – 2 copiesDeclared Owner/Heirs
2. Government Issued Identification Card (1 original and 2 photocopy)DSWD, COMELEC, BIR, DFA, PSA, SSS, GSIS, PAG-IBIG
3. Official Receipt (Real Property Tax and Certification Fee)Municipal Treasurer’s Office
Representative
1. Special Power of Attorney (2 original copies)Person being Represented
2. Government Issued Identification Card of the person being represented (1 original and 2 photocopy)DSWD, COMELEC, BIR, DFA, PSA, SSS, GSIS, PAG-IBIG
3. Government Issued Identification Card of the representative (1 original and 2 photocopy)DSWD, COMELEC, BIR, DFA, PSA, SSS, GSIS, PAG-IBIG
4. Official Receipt (Real Property Tax and Certification Fee)Municipal Treasurer’s Office
CLIENT STEPSAGENCY ACTIONFEES TO BE PAIDPROCESSING TIMEPERSON RESPONSIBLE
1. Sign in the Client Log Book in the Assessor’s Office1. Give the Log Book to the client
None
1 MinuteFRANCIA U. OBAL
Assessment Clerk II
2. Submit the required documents to Assessor’s Office Staff for initial assessment and verification
*Make sure to secure the Order of Payment that will be issued
2. Receive the required documents and check for completeness

2.1 Issue the Order of Payment if all required documents were given.
None




None
10 Minutes




3 Minutes
MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III


JAMES MICHAEL LIZARDO
Tax Mapping Aide
or
MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III
3. Pay the Required fees at the Municipal Treasurer’s Office by showing the Order of Payment. “Make sure to secure Official Receipt that will be issued upon payment.3. Accept the payment based on the Order of Payment

3.1 Issue the Official Receipt
Ownership & Property Holdings
-       PHP 50.00
No Property Holdings
-       PHP 50.00
Land With/With No Improvement
-       PHP 40.00
Latest and Existing Property
-       PHP 40.00
Certified True Copy of Tax Dec.
-       PHP 40.00
Certified True Copy/Photocopy
-       PHP 40.00
Annotation (Bail Bond, Mortgages)
-       PHP 75.00
Other Certification
-       PHP 40.00
5 MinutesRevenue Collection Clerk III
Office of the Municipal Treasurer
4. Return to the Municipal Assessor’s Office for the processing of request4. Start processing the request

4.1 Certify document(s)
8 Minutes

1 Minute
JAMES MICHAEL LIZARDO
Tax Mapping Aide
CEFERINO V. BERCES JR.
MGDH I
(Municipal Assessor)
5. Claim the new Tax Declaration and receive Notice of Assessment5. Issue Certification
None
2 MinutesTax Mapping Aide
Office of the Municipal Assessor
or
MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III
TOTAL:30 Minutes

Ocular Inspection and Issuance of New Tax Declaration

Property owner/administrator or any person(s) who has legal interest on the property may request for an ocular inspection of property subject for re-assessment or reclassification based on its actual use.

Office or Division:Municipal Assessor’s Office
Classification:Highly Technical
Type of Transaction:G2C – Government to Citizen
G2B – Government to Business Entity
G2G – Government to Government
Who may avail:All Property Owners
CHECKLIST OF REQUIREMENTSWHERE TO SECURE
Declared Owner
1. Letter Request – 2 copiesDeclared Owner/Heirs
2. Government Issued Identification Card (1 original and 2 photocopy)DSWD, COMELEC, BIR, DFA, PSA, SSS, GSIS, PAG-IBIG
3. Official Receipt (Real Property Tax and Ocular Inspection Fee)Municipal Treasurer’s Office
Representative
1. Special Power of AttorneyPerson being Represented
2. Government Issued Identification Card of the person being represented (1 original and 2 photocopy)DSWD, COMELEC, BIR, DFA, PSA, SSS, GSIS, PAG-IBIG
3. Government Issued Identification Card of the representative (1 original and 2 photocopy)DSWD, COMELEC, BIR, DFA, PSA, SSS, GSIS, PAG-IBIG
4. Official Receipt (Real Property Tax and Ocular Inspection Fee)Municipal Treasurer’s Office
CLIENT STEPSAGENCY ACTIONFEES TO BE PAIDPROCESSING TIMEPERSON RESPONSIBLE
1. Sign in the Client Log Book in the Assessor’s Office1. Give the Log Book to the client
None
1 MinuteFRANCIA U. OBAL
Assessment Clerk II
2. Submit the required documents to Assessor’s Office Staff for initial assessment and verification
*Make sure to secure the Order of Payment that will be issued
2. Receive the required documents and check for completeness

2.1 Issue the Order of Payment if all required documents were given.
None




None
20 Minutes




3 Minutes
FRANCIA U. OBAL
Assessment Clerk II
or
MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III

Tax Mapping Aide
Office of the Municipal Assessor
or
MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III
3. Pay the Required fees at the Municipal Treasurer’s Office by showing the Order of Payment. “Make sure to secure Official Receipt that will be issued upon payment.3. Accept the payment based on the Order of Payment

3.1 Issue the Official Receipt
RPT = (AV x 1% x 2 (Basic & SEF)) + Arrears (if there is any)

Ocular Inspection Fee = PHP 50.00
5 MinutesRevenue Collection Clerk III
Office of the Municipal Treasurer
4. Return to the Municipal Assessor’s Office for the processing of request4. Start processing the request

4.1 Conduct Ocular Inspection

4.2 Prepare Inspection Report

4.3 Prepare Field Appraisal and Assessment Sheet (FAAS) and Tax Declaration and submit to Municipal Assessor for review

4.4 Review documents and FAAS entry and submit to the Provincial Assessor’s Office for approval

4.5 Final review and approval of the Provincial Assessor
None
6 Minutes


2 Hours


30 Minutes


10 Minutes



5 Minutes


14 days
MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III

Tax Mapping Aide
Office of the Municipal Assessor

Tax Mapping Aide
Office of the Municipal Assessor

MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III

CEFERINO V. BERCES JR.
MGDH I
(Municipal Assessor)


Provincial Assessor
Office of the Provincial Assessor
5. Claim the new Tax Declaration and receive Notice of Assessment5. Issue Tax Declaration and Notice of Assessment
None
5 MinutesAdministrative Aide IV
Office of the Municipal Assessor
or
MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III
TOTAL:RPT + PHP 50.0014 Days,
3 Hours,
25 Minutes

Issuance of Tax Declaration for Machinery

Appraisal and assessment of new machinery installed and fully operational as discovered by the assessor or his representative or reported by the owner/administrator shall be recorded for taxation purposes as required under Sec. 224 of RA 7160.

Office or Division:Municipal Assessor’s Office
Classification:Highly Technical
Type of Transaction:G2C – Government to Citizen
G2B – Government to Business Entity
G2G – Government to Government
Who may avail:All Property Owners
CHECKLIST OF REQUIREMENTSWHERE TO SECURE
1. Copy of the acquisition cost, as supported by the Consular Invoice (for imported) and Plan Invoice Receipts (for locally manufactured machinery) – 1 original and 2 photocopyConsulate, Supplier
2. Pertinent Information for reference in confirming the value of the machinery (1 original and 2 photocopy) Bureau of Customs (BOC), Securities and Exchange Commission, Banks and other Agencies
3. Affidavit of Ownership or Sworn Statement of the market value of the machinery in the absence of Item 1 above (1 original and 2 photocopy) Notary Public
CLIENT STEPSAGENCY ACTIONFEES TO BE PAIDPROCESSING TIMEPERSON RESPONSIBLE
1. Sign in the Client Log Book in the Assessor’s Office1. Give the Log Book to the client
None
1 MinuteFRANCIA U. OBAL
Assessment Clerk II
2. Submit the required
documents to Assessor’s Office Staff for initial assessment and verification
2. Receive the required documents and check for completeness
None
20 MinutesMIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III
3. Processing of request3. Prepare Field Appraisal and Assessment Sheet (FAAS) and Tax Declaration and submit to Municipal Assessor for review

3.1 Review documents and FAAS entry and submit to the Provincial Assessor’s Office for approval

3.2 Final review and approval of the Provincial Assessor
None



None



None
10 Minutes



5 Minutes



14 days
MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III

ENGR. CEFERINO V. BERCES JR.
MGDH I
(Municipal Assessor)


Provincial Assessor
Office of the Provincial Assessor
4. Claim the new Tax Declaration and receive Notice of Assessment4. Issue Tax Declaration and Notice of Assessment
None
5 MinutesAdministrative Aide IV
Office of the Municipal Assessor
or
MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III
TOTAL:30 Minutes

Issuance of Tax Declaration For Newly Acquired Property and Improvements

As mandated under Sec. 203 of RA 7160, any person or his authorized representative are required to file with the provincial, city or municipal assessor a sworn statement declaring the true value of subject property within sixty (60) days after the acquisition of such property or upon completion or occupancy of the improvement, whichever comes earlier.

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Issuance of Tax Declaration For Transferred Real Property

As mandated under Sec. 209 of RA 7160, property owners are required to submit to the Office of the Municipal Assessor all documents duly registered with the Registry of Deeds (ROD) for the issuance of new Tax Declaration covering transferred real property.

Office or Division:Municipal Assessor’s Office
Classification:Simple
Type of Transaction:G2C – Government to Citizen
G2B – Government to Business Entity
G2G – Government to Government
Who may avail:All Property Owners
CHECKLIST OF REQUIREMENTSWHERE TO SECURE
1. Registered Deed of Conveyance – 2 original copyRegistry of Deeds (ROD – Virac)
2. Real Property Tax Clearance and Official Receipt (RPT)Municipal Treasurer’s Office (MTO)
3. Transfer Tax ReceiptProvincial Treasurer’s Office (PTO)
4. A sketch plan preferably by Geodetic Engineer (2 copies)Geodetic Engineer
5. If Titled, Certified True Electronic Copy of Certificate of Title (OCT/TCT), – 2 original copyRegistry of Deeds (ROD - Virac)
6. Certificate of payment of appropriate Taxes / Certificate Authorizing Registration (CAR) – (1 original, 1 photocopy)Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR – Virac)
7. If Untitled, Status Certification – (1 original, 1 photocopy)Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO)
8. If Untitled, Certification that the Registry does not have on file any certificate of title covering said lot – (1 original, 1 photocopy)Registry of Deeds (ROD - Virac)
CLIENT STEPSAGENCY ACTIONFEES TO BE PAIDPROCESSING TIMEPERSON RESPONSIBLE
1. Sign in the Client
Log Book in the Assessor’s Office
1. Give the Log Book to the client
None
1 MinuteAdministrative Aide IV
Office of the Municipal Assessor
2. Submit the required
documents to Assessor’s Office Staff for initial assessment and verification
*Make sure to secure the Order of Payment that will be issued
2. Receive the required documents and check for completeness


2.1 Issue the Order of Payment if all required documents were given.
None



None
20 Minutes



3 Minutes
Administrative Aide IV
Office of the Municipal Assessor
or
MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III

MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III
3. Pay the required
fees at the Municipal Treasurer’s Office by showing the Order of Payment. “Make sure to secure Official Receipt that will be issued upon payment.
3. Accept the payment based on the Order of Payment

3.1 Issue the Official Receipt
RPT = (AV x 1% x 2 (Basic & SEF)) + Arrears (if there is any)

Tax Clearance -PHP40.00
5 MinutesRevenue Collection Clerk III
Office of the Municipal Treasurer
4. Return to the Municipal Assessor’s Office for the processing of request4. Start processing the request

4.3 Prepare Field Appraisal and Assessment Sheet (FAAS) and Tax Declaration and submit to Municipal Assessor for review

4.4 Review documents and FAAS entry and submit to the Provincial Assessor’s Office for approval

4.5 Final review and approval of the Provincial Assessor
None
6 Minutes


10 Minutes



5 Minutes




14 days
MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III

MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III

CEFERINO V. BERCES JR.
MGDH I
(Municipal Assessor)

Provincial Assessor
Office of the Provincial Assessor
5. Claim the new Tax Declaration and receive Notice of Assessment5. Issue Tax Declaration and Notice of Assessment
None
5 Minutes
Administrative Aide IV
Office of the Municipal Assessor
or
MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III
TOTAL:RPT + PHP 40.0014 Days
55 Minutes

Issuance of Tax Declaration For Subdivided/Consolidated Lots

As mandated under Sec. 209 of RA 7160, property owners are required to submit to the Office of the Municipal Assessor all documents duly registered with the Registry of Deeds (ROD) for the issuance of new Tax Declaration.

Office or Division:Municipal Assessor’s Office
Classification:Simple
Type of Transaction:G2C – Government to Citizen
G2B – Government to Business Entity
G2G – Government to Government
Who may avail:All Property Owners
CHECKLIST OF REQUIREMENTSWHERE TO SECURE
1. Registered Deed of Conveyance – 2 original copyRegistry of Deeds (ROD – Virac)
2. Real Property Tax Clearance and Official Receipt (RPT & Certified True Copy of Tax Declaration)Municipal Treasurer’s Office (MTO)
3. Transfer Tax ReceiptProvincial Treasurer’s Office (PTO)
4. A sketch plan (subdivision / consolidated plan) preferably by Geodetic Engineer (2 copies)Geodetic Engineer
5. If Titled, Certified True Electronic Copy of Certificate of Title (OCT/TCT), – 2 original copyRegistry of Deeds (ROD - Virac)
6. Certificate of payment of appropriate Taxes / Certificate Authorizing Registration (CAR) – (1 original, 1 photocopy)Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR – Virac)
7. If Untitled, Status Certification – (1 original, 1 photocopy)Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO)
8. If Untitled, Certification that the Registry does not have on file any certificate of title covering said lot – (1 original, 1 photocopy)Registry of Deeds (ROD - Virac)
CLIENT STEPSAGENCY ACTIONFEES TO BE PAIDPROCESSING TIMEPERSON RESPONSIBLE
1. Sign in the Client
Log Book in the Assessor’s Office
1. Give the Log Book to the client
None
1 MinuteAdministrative Aide IV
Office of the Municipal Assessor
2. Submit the required
documents to Assessor’s Office Staff for initial assessment and verification
*Make sure to secure the Order of Payment that will be issued
2. Receive the required documents and check for completeness


2.1 Issue the Order of Payment if all required documents were given.

None




None
20 Minutes




3 Minutes
Administrative Aide IV
Office of the Municipal Assessor
or
MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III

MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III
3. Pay the required
fees at the Municipal Treasurer’s Office by showing the Order of Payment. “Make sure to secure Official Receipt that will be issued upon payment.
3. Accept the payment based on the Order of Payment

3.1 Issue the Official Receipt
RPT = (AV x 1% x 2 (Basic & SEF)) + Arrears (if there is any)

Tax Clearance -PHP40.00

5 MinutesRevenue Collection Clerk III
Office of the Municipal Treasurer
4. Return to the Municipal Assessor’s Office for the processing of request4. Start processing the request


4.3 Prepare Field Appraisal and Assessment Sheet (FAAS) and Tax Declaration and submit to Municipal Assessor for review

4.4 Review documents and FAAS entry and submit to the Provincial Assessor’s Office for approval

4.5 Final review and approval of the Provincial Assessor
None
6 Minutes


10 Minutes



5 Minutes


14 days

MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III

MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III

CEFERINO V. BERCES JR.
MGDH I
(Municipal Assessor)

Provincial Assessor
Office of the Provincial Assessor
5. Claim the new Tax Declaration and receive Notice of Assessment5. Issue Tax Declaration and Notice of Assessment
None
5 Minutes
Administrative Aide IV
Office of the Municipal Assessor
or
MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III
TOTAL:RPT + PHP 40.0014 Days
55 Minutes

Issuance of Tax Declaration For Subdivision Lands

Agricultural lands converted and developed into urban or subdivision lands shall be classified as residential and its base market value shall be in accordance with the appropriate base market values provided in the approved Schedule of Market Values.

Office or Division:Municipal Assessor’s Office
Classification:Simple
Type of Transaction:G2C – Government to Citizen
G2B – Government to Business Entity
G2G – Government to Government
Who may avail:All Property Owners
CHECKLIST OF REQUIREMENTSWHERE TO SECURE
1. Approved blueprint copies of Subdivision Plan – 2 copiesLand Management Bureau (LMB RO5 – Legaspi City)
2. Copy of Authority to Sell – 1 original, 1 photocopyHousing Land Use and Regulatory Board (HLURB)
3. Transfer Tax ReceiptProvincial Treasurer’s Office (PTO)
4. Real Property Tax Clearance and Official Receipt (RPT & Certified True Copy of Tax Declaration)Municipal Treasurer’s Office (MTO)
5. If Titled, Certified True Electronic Copy of Certificate of Title (OCT/TCT), – 2 original copyRegistry of Deeds (ROD - Virac)
6. Certificate of payment of appropriate Taxes / Certificate Authorizing Registration (CAR) – (1 original, 1 photocopy)Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR – Virac)
7. If Untitled, Status Certification – (1 original, 1 photocopy)Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO)
8. If Untitled, Certification that the Registry does not have on file any certificate of title covering said lot – (1 original, 1 photocopy)Registry of Deeds (ROD - Virac)
CLIENT STEPSAGENCY ACTIONFEES TO BE PAIDPROCESSING TIMEPERSON RESPONSIBLE
1. Sign in the Client
Log Book in the Assessor’s Office
1. Give the Log Book to the client
None
1 MinuteAdministrative Aide IV
Office of the Municipal Assessor
2. Submit the required
documents to Assessor’s Office Staff for initial assessment and verification
*Make sure to secure the Order of Payment that will be issued
2. Receive the required documents and check for completeness


2.1 Issue the Order of Payment if all required documents were given.

None




None
20 Minutes




3 Minutes
Administrative Aide IV
Office of the Municipal Assessor
or
MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III

MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III
3. Pay the required
fees at the Municipal Treasurer’s Office by showing the Order of Payment. “Make sure to secure Official Receipt that will be issued upon payment.
3. Accept the payment based on the Order of Payment

3.1 Issue the Official Receipt
RPT = (AV x 1% x 2 (Basic & SEF)) + Arrears (if there is any)

Tax Clearance -PHP40.00

5 MinutesRevenue Collection Clerk III
Office of the Municipal Treasurer
4. Return to the Municipal Assessor’s Office for the processing of request4. Start processing the request

4.3 Prepare Field Appraisal and Assessment Sheet (FAAS) and Tax Declaration and submit to Municipal Assessor for review

4.4 Review documents and FAAS entry and submit to the Provincial Assessor’s Office for approval

4.5 Final review and approval of the Provincial Assessor
None
6 Minutes


10 Minutes



5 Minutes



14 days
MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III

MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III

CEFERINO V. BERCES JR.
MGDH I
(Municipal Assessor)

Provincial Assessor
Office of the Provincial Assessor
5. Claim the new Tax Declaration and receive Notice of Assessment5. Issue Tax Declaration and Notice of Assessment
None
5 Minutes
Administrative Aide IV
Office of the Municipal Assessor
or
MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III
TOTAL:RPT + PHP 40.0014 Days
55 Minutes

Issuance of Tax Declaration For Undeclared Property (Land)

As mandated under Sec. 203 of RA 7160, it shall be the duty of any person or his authorized representative, acquiring at any time real property in any municipality or city to prepare or cause or be prepared, and file with the provincial, city or municipal assessor a sworn statement declaring the true value of subject property within sixty (60) days after the acquisition of such property.

Office or Division:Municipal Assessor’s Office
Classification:Simple
Type of Transaction:G2C – Government to Citizen
G2B – Government to Business Entity
G2G – Government to Government
Who may avail:All Property Owners
CHECKLIST OF REQUIREMENTSWHERE TO SECURE
1. Letter request - 2 copiesOwner
2. Certification that the lot was surveyed for the possessor and that the lot is not covered by any public land application – 1 original, 1 photocopyDepartment of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR - PENRO)
3. An affidavit of Ownership and/or Sworn Statement declaring the Market Value of real property being applied for – 2 original copyNotary Public
4. Affidavit that the applicant is in long, continuous and notorious possession of the property – 2 original copyBarangay Captain
5. A certification from the barangay captain that the declarant/applicant is the present possessor of the land – 2 original copyBarangay Captain
6. Certification of the adjoining owners duly sworn to by the barangay captain - (1 original, 1 photocopy)Adjoining Owners
7. Ocular Inspection/Investigation Report by the Municipal Assessor or his duly authorized representative – 2 original copyMunicipal Assessor’s Office
CLIENT STEPSAGENCY ACTIONFEES TO BE PAIDPROCESSING TIMEPERSON RESPONSIBLE
1. Sign in the Client
Log Book in the Assessor’s Office
1. Give the Log Book to the client
None
1 MinuteAdministrative Aide IV
Office of the Municipal Assessor
2. Submit the required
documents to Assessor’s Office Staff for initial assessment and verification
*Make sure to secure the Order of Payment that will be issued
2. Receive the required documents and check for completeness

2.1 Issue the Order of Payment if all required documents were given.
None




None
20 Minutes




3 Minutes
Administrative Aide IV
Office of the Municipal Assessor
or
MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III

MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III
3. Pay the required
fees at the Municipal Treasurer’s Office by showing the Order of Payment. “Make sure to secure Official Receipt that will be issued upon payment.
3. Accept the payment based on the Order of Payment

3.1 Issue the Official Receipt
Ocular Inspection Fee -PHP40.005 MinutesRevenue Collection Clerk III
Office of the Municipal Treasurer
4. Return to the Municipal Assessor’s Office for the processing of request4. Start processing the request

4.3 Prepare Field Appraisal and Assessment Sheet (FAAS) and Tax Declaration and submit to Municipal Assessor for review

4.4 Review documents and FAAS entry and submit to the Provincial Assessor’s Office for approval

4.5 Final review and approval of the Provincial Assessor

None
6 Minutes


10 Minutes




5 Minutes



14 days
MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III

MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III

ENGR. CEFERINO V. BERCES JR.
MGDH I
(Municipal Assessor)

Provincial Assessor
Office of the Provincial Assessor
5. Claim the new Tax Declaration and receive Notice of Assessment5. Issue Tax Declaration and Notice of Assessment
None
5 Minutes
Administrative Aide IV
Office of the Municipal Assessor
or
MIA R. TULOD
Assessment Clerk III
TOTAL:PHP 40.0014 Days
55 Minutes