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(a)?Notwithstanding Section 2610.5, in the case of cancellations made to the roll pursuant to Section 1646.1, where a taxpayer has failed to pay an amount of tax computed upon assessed value that is the subject of a pending assessment appeal, the relief from penalties shall apply only to the difference between the county board's final determination of value and the value on the assessment roll for the fiscal year covered by the application. ?For purposes of this section, ?county board? means either a county board of supervisors that meets as a county board of equalization or an assessment appeals board.
(b)?The county board shall cause notice of the requirements of this section to be mailed to each taxpayer or to be presented to each taxpayer upon filing an application for reduction in assessment with the county board if that taxpayer will be impacted by the penalty provisions of this section.
(c)?For any taxpayer who has paid at least 80 percent of the amount of tax finally determined due by the county board within 60 days of mailing or presentation of the notice prescribed in subdivision (b), the tax collector shall accept payment of the balance of the tax due without penalties or interest.
(d)?This section shall apply only to those properties upon which an application for reduction in assessment is pending before the county board on the effective date of the act adding this section or those applications for reduction in assessment that are filed with the county board after the effective date of the act adding this section.
(e)?This section shall only become operative if the board of supervisors of a county, with the approval of the county's tax collector and the county's auditor, adopts a resolution or ordinance approving this section.
(a)?Consent by settlor and beneficiaries.--A noncharitable irrevocable trust may be modified or terminated upon consent of the settlor and all beneficiaries even if the modification or termination is inconsistent with a material purpose of the trust. ?A settlor's power to consent to a trust's modification or termination may be exercised by a guardian, an agent under the settlor's general power of attorney or an agent under the settlor's limited power of attorney that specifically authorizes that action. ?Notwithstanding Subchapter C (relating to representation), the settlor may not represent a beneficiary in the modification or termination of a trust under this subsection.
(b)?Consent by beneficiaries with court approval.--A noncharitable irrevocable trust may be modified upon the consent of all the beneficiaries only if the court concludes that the modification is not inconsistent with a material purpose of the trust. ?A noncharitable irrevocable trust may be terminated upon consent of all the beneficiaries only if the court concludes that continuance of the trust is not necessary to achieve any material purpose of the trust.
(b.1)?Spendthrift provision.--A spendthrift provision in a trust instrument is presumed to constitute a material purpose of the trust.
(c)?Distribution upon termination.--Upon termination of a trust under subsection (a) or (b), the trustee shall distribute the trust property as agreed by the beneficiaries.
(d)?Consent by some beneficiaries with court approval.--If not all the beneficiaries consent to a proposed modification or termination of the trust under subsection (a) or (b), the modification or termination may be approved by the court only if the court is satisfied that:
(1)?if all the beneficiaries had consented, the trust could have been modified or terminated under this section; ?and
(2)?the interests of a beneficiary who does not consent will be adequately protected.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - California Code, Revenue and Taxation Code - RTC § 4985.3 - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ca/revenue-and-taxation-code/rtc-sect-4985-3/
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