Alameda County offers a comprehensive and competitive benefits package that affords wide-ranging health care options to meet the different needs of a diverse workforce and their families.
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NOTE: All notices are generated through an automated email notification system. Replies to the email box alamedacountyHR acgov. If you have questions please go to our website at www. The requirements to become a Deputy Commissioner of Civil Marriages are: the couple MUST have purchased their license at the Marin County Clerk's Office, the person must be 18 years old and they must appear in person any weekday prior to the ceremony. The deputization is for one ceremony only. If you want to perform multiple ceremonies, you must get deputized for each one.
Your check should be made payable to the "Marin County Clerk".
You will be sworn in by an oath of office for that specific event. We will provide a sample ceremony that you may use or rewrite along with instructions on how to complete and return the marriage license. There is room for up to 20 people for a patio ceremony and up to 8 people, including the couple to be wed, in the wedding room. Ceremonies are performed by appointment only at a. Monday through Friday except legal holidays. To make an appointment for a ceremony at the Civic Center, please call or email. If you are using a public marriage license, you must bring at least one witness with you to the ceremony.
There is room for two witness signatures on the Public Marriage License but only one is required. No witnesses are required if you have a confidential marriage. To obtain a marriage license, the couple must appear together at the Marin County Clerk's office with valid photo identification such as a state driver's license, state ID card, or passport. A public marriage license is a public record. The license allows you to have the ceremony performed anywhere within the State of California and you are required to have at least one witness present during the ceremony.
The confidential marriage record is only made available to the parties to the marriage and cannot be viewed by anyone except the couple. Other parties are not privy to the information on the license without a court order. A confidential marriage license requires the couple to be living together prior to applying for the license.
The ceremony may take place anywhere within the State of California. Witnesses are not required during the ceremony nor do witnesses sign the marriage license. Both types of marriage licenses are legally valid. Yes, all marriage licenses must be used within 90 days of the date of issue. If your license expires and you still want to get married you will have to purchase a new license and pay the fees again.
The life of the marriage license cannot be extended. Both the public and confidential marriage licenses are effective on the day issued and may be used anywhere in the State of California within 90 days of the issue date. Some states allow proxy marriages. California Family Code b allows a member of the Armed Forces of the United States who is stationed overseas and serving in a conflict or a war and is unable to appear for licensure and solemnization of the marriage to enter into a marriage by the appearance of an attorney-in-fact, commissioned and empowered in writing for that purpose through a power of attorney POA.
Copies of the form, including by facsimile, are not acceptable. The original POA shall be a part of the marriage certificate upon registration. NOTE: The deployed person must be at war in another country. Military personnel, stationed somewhere else but not in a war zone do NOT qualify for this process.
For more details and the necessary form, please contact us. If you do not know about these items, you may want to research them or contact an attorney. You will need to petition the Marin County Superior Court.
If either party is under 18, the couple and at least one parent must petition the Marin County Superior Court. The Assessor determines if a reassessment is required. If it is, an appraisal is made to determine the full cash value of the new construction as of the date of completion.
As a general rule, assessable new construction occurs when all or part of a structure is made the substantially equivalent of new. The entire original property is not reassessed; only the portion that is newly constructed is assessed at its full cash value and added to the existing assessment. You can also contact a member of the Appraisal staff via phone at or via email. You have the right to appeal the value if you feel that the assessed value exceeds the market value of your new construction.
Copies of all building permits issued by the building departments are required to be sent to the assessor. Additionally, the Marin County Assessor, by law, is required to value all new construction, even if a building permit has not been issued. Discovery of new construction occurs in a variety of ways, such as that reported at the time a property transfers ownership, information volunteered by the public, or personal observation by county assessor's staff performing routine field checks.
Any addition to your existing home, including outdoor additions, such as a patio, pool, spa, deck, sunroom and flatwork, would cause a reassessment of the portion of the property that was newly constructed. The assessed value of any existing portion of your property, whether land or improvements, would not be reappraised. The increased tax amount based upon the new construction will be determined by the estimated market value of the new construction and will not necessarily be the cost of the new construction. If you built a new house, the entire structure will be considered new construction and will be fully reassessed at current market value.
The market value added by the new house, less the assessed value of the home torn down, would determine your new assessment. If, in the opinion of the assessor, the kitchen is now the equivalent of a new kitchen, it can be considered new construction.
However, if the work is considered repairs or maintenance and not equivalent to new, it would not qualify as new construction. The decision whether the work is considered new construction or not is determined by the county assessor on a case-by-case basis.
webmail.builttospill.reclaim.hosting/dieta-vegana-ms-de-90-recetas.php The construction or addition of any active solar energy system installed to provide for the collection, storage, or distribution of solar energy for water heating, space conditioning, heating, production of electricity, or solar mechanical energy. California Revenue and Taxation Code Section 73 b 2 specifically states that "active solar energy system" does not include solar swimming pool heaters or hot tub heaters. An active solar energy system must be a system that uses solar devices to provide for the collection, storage, or distribution of solar energy for example, produces electricity or heats a hot water heater.
New construction in progress on the lien date shall be appraised at its full cash value on such date and each lien date thereafter until the date of completion, at which time the entire portion of property which is newly constructed shall be reappraised at its full cash value. The annual inflation adjustment on the new construction value will not begin until the new construction is complete. The date of completion is the date the property, or portion thereof, is available for use.
If a project is to be constructed in distinct stages, with portions being completed and available for use before the other portions are constructed, base year values can be separately established for the completed portions without regard to the incomplete status of the total project. If, however, the project is to be constructed as a single facility and the entire improvement will become available for occupancy within a reasonably short period of time, the total project will be handled as construction in progress until all portions of the improvement is available for occupancy.
The county assessor uses his or her judgment in determining whether portions of a project can be considered complete for purposes of base year valuation. If neither a government inspection nor a prime contractor is involved, then the newly constructed property is considered available for use when outward appearances clearly indicate that it is immediately useable for the purposes intended.
However, new construction is not available for use if, on the date it is otherwise available for use, it cannot be functionally used or occupied. Typically, new construction value is added after it is available for use by the owner. Since there may be two distinct stages of your new construction, the family room may be given a base year value before the upstairs is complete if it appears you will not complete the work in a reasonable time frame.
It is not proper to continue valuing all of your new construction year after year as construction in progress.
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The renovation as described would not meet the requirements for new construction because the usefulness of the structure has not changed. While the alterations may suit the particular tenant, it is also very likely that these changes would attract another equally desirable tenant at a comparable rent with no outlay for any further expensive remodeling.
If your mother is severely and permanently disabled, the new construction may be excluded; however, you must file the appropriate claim form, BOEA, Claim for Disabled Accessibility Construction Exclusion from Assessment California Revenue and Taxation Code section Yes, effective September 28, , the sunset date for the active solar energy system new construction exclusion was extended through the fiscal year.