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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 9831-9842



9831.  Any assessment levied pursuant to Section 9819 shall include
both of the following sums:
   (a) An amount equal to interest on any deferred payments at a rate
not exceeding 7 percent each year.
   (b) An amount equal to 10 percent more than all other sums to be
raised by the assessment, in order to provide for anticipated
delinquencies.



9832.  The assessment may be made payable in not more than 10 annual
installments.



9833.  The directors, on or before the 15th day of August of each
year, shall furnish the auditor and board of supervisors of each
county in which any portion of the improvement lies a statement in
writing of the amounts of the installments of the improvement
district assessment, if any, due for the next ensuing fiscal year in
respect of each parcel of real property within the improvement
district.



9834.  Each annual installment of the improvement district
assessments shall be collected by county officers in the same manner
and at the same times as county taxes.



9835.  The provision of law relating to the collection of county
taxes and the duties of county officers with respect thereto, insofar
as they are applicable and not in conflict with this chapter, are
hereby adopted and made a part of this chapter. Said officers are
liable on their several official bonds for the faithful discharge of
their duties under this chapter.



9836.  The treasurers of each of the counties, other than the
principal county, shall, not less than twice a year or upon order of
the directors, settle with the directors and pay to the principal
county all money belonging to the improvement district and in their
possession.



9837.  The assessment and each installment of it shall be and remain
a lien on the real property in the improvement district in the same
manner as and in addition to the annual assessment of the district.



9838.  Upon a change or resubdivision of any parcel of real property
in an improvement district, the directors upon their own initiative
or upon a petition of the owner of the parcel so changed or
resubdivided, may reapportion the improvement district assessment
upon the parcel, and the order of reapportionment shall be recorded
in the same manner as the order levying the original assessment.



9839.  If the actual cost of the improvements is substantially less
than the estimated cost the assessment may be reduced proportionately
on each parcel by recomputing it based on actual costs with the
percentage and interest provided for in Section 9831 added thereto.
The reapportionment or a statement that the assessment on each parcel
has been reduced by a designated percentage shall be recorded in the
same manner as the order levying the original assessment.
   Installments of assessments levied on district-owned real property
becoming due while the real property is still owned by the district
shall be paid by the district. Conveyance of such real property into
private ownership shall not release the lien thereon of the
assessment and the unpaid installments of it.



9840.  If the assessments levied upon real property in an
improvement district are insufficient to pay the cost of improvements
or the warrants issued for the improvements, a supplemental
assessment shall be levied upon all of the real property in the
improvement district sufficient to pay the cost or the warrants.



9841.  The procedure followed in making the supplemental levy shall
be substantially the same as for making the original levy, except
that no petition is required.



9842.  Whenever it is desired to do additional work or acquire
additional property in or for an improvement district, upon the
petition of two-thirds in number of the owners of real property in
the improvement district, an additional assessment may be levied
substantially in the same manner as the original assessment.



State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 9831-9842

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 9831-9842



9831.  Any assessment levied pursuant to Section 9819 shall include
both of the following sums:
   (a) An amount equal to interest on any deferred payments at a rate
not exceeding 7 percent each year.
   (b) An amount equal to 10 percent more than all other sums to be
raised by the assessment, in order to provide for anticipated
delinquencies.



9832.  The assessment may be made payable in not more than 10 annual
installments.



9833.  The directors, on or before the 15th day of August of each
year, shall furnish the auditor and board of supervisors of each
county in which any portion of the improvement lies a statement in
writing of the amounts of the installments of the improvement
district assessment, if any, due for the next ensuing fiscal year in
respect of each parcel of real property within the improvement
district.



9834.  Each annual installment of the improvement district
assessments shall be collected by county officers in the same manner
and at the same times as county taxes.



9835.  The provision of law relating to the collection of county
taxes and the duties of county officers with respect thereto, insofar
as they are applicable and not in conflict with this chapter, are
hereby adopted and made a part of this chapter. Said officers are
liable on their several official bonds for the faithful discharge of
their duties under this chapter.



9836.  The treasurers of each of the counties, other than the
principal county, shall, not less than twice a year or upon order of
the directors, settle with the directors and pay to the principal
county all money belonging to the improvement district and in their
possession.



9837.  The assessment and each installment of it shall be and remain
a lien on the real property in the improvement district in the same
manner as and in addition to the annual assessment of the district.



9838.  Upon a change or resubdivision of any parcel of real property
in an improvement district, the directors upon their own initiative
or upon a petition of the owner of the parcel so changed or
resubdivided, may reapportion the improvement district assessment
upon the parcel, and the order of reapportionment shall be recorded
in the same manner as the order levying the original assessment.



9839.  If the actual cost of the improvements is substantially less
than the estimated cost the assessment may be reduced proportionately
on each parcel by recomputing it based on actual costs with the
percentage and interest provided for in Section 9831 added thereto.
The reapportionment or a statement that the assessment on each parcel
has been reduced by a designated percentage shall be recorded in the
same manner as the order levying the original assessment.
   Installments of assessments levied on district-owned real property
becoming due while the real property is still owned by the district
shall be paid by the district. Conveyance of such real property into
private ownership shall not release the lien thereon of the
assessment and the unpaid installments of it.



9840.  If the assessments levied upon real property in an
improvement district are insufficient to pay the cost of improvements
or the warrants issued for the improvements, a supplemental
assessment shall be levied upon all of the real property in the
improvement district sufficient to pay the cost or the warrants.



9841.  The procedure followed in making the supplemental levy shall
be substantially the same as for making the original levy, except
that no petition is required.



9842.  Whenever it is desired to do additional work or acquire
additional property in or for an improvement district, upon the
petition of two-thirds in number of the owners of real property in
the improvement district, an additional assessment may be levied
substantially in the same manner as the original assessment.




State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 9831-9842

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 9831-9842



9831.  Any assessment levied pursuant to Section 9819 shall include
both of the following sums:
   (a) An amount equal to interest on any deferred payments at a rate
not exceeding 7 percent each year.
   (b) An amount equal to 10 percent more than all other sums to be
raised by the assessment, in order to provide for anticipated
delinquencies.



9832.  The assessment may be made payable in not more than 10 annual
installments.



9833.  The directors, on or before the 15th day of August of each
year, shall furnish the auditor and board of supervisors of each
county in which any portion of the improvement lies a statement in
writing of the amounts of the installments of the improvement
district assessment, if any, due for the next ensuing fiscal year in
respect of each parcel of real property within the improvement
district.



9834.  Each annual installment of the improvement district
assessments shall be collected by county officers in the same manner
and at the same times as county taxes.



9835.  The provision of law relating to the collection of county
taxes and the duties of county officers with respect thereto, insofar
as they are applicable and not in conflict with this chapter, are
hereby adopted and made a part of this chapter. Said officers are
liable on their several official bonds for the faithful discharge of
their duties under this chapter.



9836.  The treasurers of each of the counties, other than the
principal county, shall, not less than twice a year or upon order of
the directors, settle with the directors and pay to the principal
county all money belonging to the improvement district and in their
possession.



9837.  The assessment and each installment of it shall be and remain
a lien on the real property in the improvement district in the same
manner as and in addition to the annual assessment of the district.



9838.  Upon a change or resubdivision of any parcel of real property
in an improvement district, the directors upon their own initiative
or upon a petition of the owner of the parcel so changed or
resubdivided, may reapportion the improvement district assessment
upon the parcel, and the order of reapportionment shall be recorded
in the same manner as the order levying the original assessment.



9839.  If the actual cost of the improvements is substantially less
than the estimated cost the assessment may be reduced proportionately
on each parcel by recomputing it based on actual costs with the
percentage and interest provided for in Section 9831 added thereto.
The reapportionment or a statement that the assessment on each parcel
has been reduced by a designated percentage shall be recorded in the
same manner as the order levying the original assessment.
   Installments of assessments levied on district-owned real property
becoming due while the real property is still owned by the district
shall be paid by the district. Conveyance of such real property into
private ownership shall not release the lien thereon of the
assessment and the unpaid installments of it.



9840.  If the assessments levied upon real property in an
improvement district are insufficient to pay the cost of improvements
or the warrants issued for the improvements, a supplemental
assessment shall be levied upon all of the real property in the
improvement district sufficient to pay the cost or the warrants.



9841.  The procedure followed in making the supplemental levy shall
be substantially the same as for making the original levy, except
that no petition is required.



9842.  Whenever it is desired to do additional work or acquire
additional property in or for an improvement district, upon the
petition of two-thirds in number of the owners of real property in
the improvement district, an additional assessment may be levied
substantially in the same manner as the original assessment.



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