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How do you request a duplicate property tax bill?

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How a request is made for a duplicate property tax bill depends on the county in which an individual resides. Residents of Cuyahoga County in Ohio may request for the duplicate tax bill filling an online application form available, indicates the Cuyahoga County Treasurer website. The duplicate bill is then emailed within five working days.

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The mailing information required in filling out the online form includes the applicant’s first and last names, street address, and city, according to the Cuyahoga County Treasurer website. Other mailing information required includes the state of residence, ZIP code and the applicant’s phone number.

The applicant also must include property information including permanent parcel number, parcel address and city, according to Cuyahoga County Treasurer website. A person may request duplicate tax bills for up to three parcels. In case of more than three requests, the person needs to contact the Tax Records Department via phone or email his request.

Residents of Utah County may request for duplicate tax bill by filling the application form available on the website of Utah County Government, according to its website. Information that a person needs to include is the serial number of the property and tax year.

Residents of Contra Costa in California may get copies of secured and supplementary property bills online, explains the California Contra Costa County website. Duplicates of unsecured and redemption tax bills are obtained by a written request to the treasurer's office.

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