1 Page Page 1 of 15 TAB: SECTION: SUBJECT: FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING TAXES COLLECTION OF OUTSTANDING PROPERTY TAXES POLICY STATEMENT PURPOSE SCOPE The City of Mississauga collects taxes on behalf of the City, the Region of Peel, the school boards, and the local Business Improvement Areas and is responsible to ensure all overdue Property Taxes are collected. The purposes of this policy are to establish fair and equitable processes for the collection of overdue municipal Property Taxes, and to outline how such payments will be applied. This policy covers all aspects of the collection of overdue Property Taxes, up to the initiation of Municipal Tax Sale proceedings. All procedures related to a Municipal Tax Sale are carried out in accordance with Regulation 181/03 and are not detailed in this policy. This policy excludes collection of payments-in-lieu of taxes. LEGISLATIVE AUTHORITY DEFINITIONS This policy is written in compliance with the Municipal Act, 2001,(the Act), related Ontario Regulations made under the Act and applicable City by-laws, as amended from time to time. For the purposes of this policy: Bailiff means a duly appointed agent under contract with the City to recover outstanding Property Taxes. Cancellation Price means an amount owing equal to all Tax Arrears, together with all current taxes owing, Late Payment Charges and costs incurred by the City after the registration of a Tax Arrears Certificate under section 373 of the Act.
2 Page Page 2 of 15 Collection Costs means all costs incurred by the City to obtain information for collection purposes and/or collect Tax Arrears including, but not limited to, title search fees, corporate search fees, registered or certified mail, administrative charges, legal costs and tax sale scale of costs. Extension Agreement means a contract between the City and the owner, spouse of the owner, a mortgagee or a tenant in occupation to extend the period of time in which the Cancellation Price is to be paid. The contract is entered into after the registration of a Tax Arrears Certificate and before the expiry of the one-year period following the registration date. Late Payment Charges means penalties and interest applied by the City to unpaid Property Tax accounts, in accordance with section 345 of the Act and applicable City by-laws. Municipal Tax Sale means the sale of land for Tax Arrears according to proceedings prescribed by the Act and Ontario Regulation 181/03. Property Taxes means the total amount of taxes for municipal and school purposes levied on a property and includes other amounts added to the tax roll as may be permitted by applicable Provincial legislation, including but not limited to outstanding fines under the Provincial Offences Act; charges pursuant to the Property Standards By-law with authority provided by the Building Code Act; and fees and charges related to false alarms and/or grow-operations. Tax Arrears means any portion of Property Taxes that remain unpaid after the date on which they are due. Tax Arrears Certificate means a document that is registered on title, indicating the described property will be sold by public sale if all Property Taxes are not paid to the municipality within one
3 Page Page 3 of 15 year of the registration of the certificate. ADMINISTRATION POLICY STRUCTURE ACCOUNTABILITY This policy is administered by the Revenue Section, Revenue and Materiel Management, Corporate Services Department. The collection steps outlined in this policy differ for each property type so are divided into distinct four (4) sections: Collection Steps All Property Types - this section begins on page 6 Collection Steps Residential Properties - this section begins on page 7 Collection Steps Non-Residential Properties - this section begins on page 9 Collection Steps Crown Tenants - this section begins on page 11. The Director, Revenue and Materiel Management, Corporate Services Department, is responsible to ensure that outstanding Property Tax collection processes are performed in accordance with this policy and all applicable legislation. The Manager, Revenue and Taxation, is responsible to: ensure this policy remains consistent with current legislation; ensure applicable staff are aware of and trained on this policy; communicate any policy revisions to applicable staff; and assess overdue Property Tax accounts to ensure tax collection processes are performed in accordance with this policy. DELIVERY OF TAX BILLS Property Tax bills and notices are mailed to the address of the property as shown on the tax roll unless the taxpayer advises the City, in writing, of an alternate mailing address. Use of the alternate mailing address continues until it is revoked in writing or ownership of the property changes.
4 Page Page 4 of 15 Any bill or notice sent by standard letter mail is considered delivered to and received by the addressee unless the notice is returned by Canada Post and an error in the mailing address is evident. Taxpayers are responsible to notify the City of any changes to a mailing address(es). Failure to notify the City of an address change in writing is not an error on behalf of the City. LATE PAYMENT CHARGES/COLLECTION COSTS All Tax Arrears are subject to Late Payment Charges. A penalty at a rate established by by-law is added to the unpaid amount of a tax instalment on the first day after the instalment due date. In addition, as long as the Property Taxes remain unpaid, interest at a rate established by by-law is added on the first day of each month thereafter. Penalty and interest charges cannot be waived. All Collection Costs incurred by the City to obtain information for collection purposes and/or collect Tax Arrears are payable by the property owner and are added to the tax account, with the exception of Bailiff fees, which are charged and collected by the Bailiff directly. APPLICATION OF PAYMENTS Property Tax payments are applied as follows: 1. The payment is first applied against any Late Payment Charges according to the length of time the charges have been outstanding, with the charges that have been outstanding the longest being discharged first; 2. The payment is then applied in the same manner against the Property Taxes owing, with the Property Taxes that have been outstanding the longest being discharged first. Note: Partial payment is not accepted where a Tax Arrears Certificate has been registered against a property, except where the City has entered into an Extension Agreement. If a partial payment is received, it will be returned or refunded, as appropriate.
5 Page Page 5 of 15 TAX ARREARS COLLECTION Realty taxes are a secured special lien on land in priority to any other claim, except a claim by the Crown. Taxes may be recovered with costs as a debt due to the City from the original owner and/or any subsequent owner of the property. The City will primarily use the following methods to collect Tax Arrears: verbal communication; send the taxpayer a form or personalized letter(s); issue Year End Statements of Taxes, Overdue Notices and Final Notices; arrange terms of payment; issue Notices to Interested Parties; Bailiff services; legal action; and Municipal Tax Sale Different collection processes have been established for the following types of properties: Property Type A Residential B Non- Residential C Crown Tenants Description Properties that are assessed in the Residential or Farm property class Properties with any portion of assessment in the Commercial, Industrial or Multi- Residential property class Crown owned properties leased to a taxable tenant; in accordance with section 18 of the Assessment Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. A.31, the property is assessed as though the tenant were the owner.
6 Page Page 6 of 15 COLLECTION STEPS ALL PROPERTY TYPES Year End Statement of Taxes Overdue Notices Payment Arrangements In January of each year, in accordance with tax legislation, a Year End Statement of Taxes is sent to all taxpayers who owed taxes as of December 31 st of the preceding year. A minimum of one Overdue Notice will be issued each year following the last Final Billing instalment. Overdue Notices will be sent to all taxpayers with an overdue amount greater than ten ($10.00) dollars. Staff may enter into payment arrangements at any time prior to the registration of a Tax Arrears Certificate. Payment arrangements must include all Tax Arrears, current taxes, accruing estimates of future taxes and Late Payment Charges and be sufficient to ensure payment in full is realized within a reasonable period of time. Late Payment Charges will continue to accrue during all such payment arrangements until full payment on the account has been made. Post-dated cheques are the preferred method of payment. Authorization for extending payment terms is as follows: MAXIMUM NEGOTIABLE PAYMENT STAFF LEVEL ARRANGEMENT TERM Residential Non-Residential Crown Tenant Director > 36 months > 36 months > 24 months Manager 36 months 36 months 24 months Supervisor 24 months 18 months 15 months All Other Staff 18 months 12 months 9 months Notwithstanding any such arrangements, no third party payments will be refused for payment on account (e.g. payment from a mortgagee). If acceptable payment arrangements are negotiated, the account is monitored for compliance. Follow-up with the taxpayer is done
7 Page Page 7 of 15 by telephone or in writing, as required. COLLECTION STEPS RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES Once a payment arrangement has been established, if there are two consecutive returned payments or two payments are returned within six months, the payment arrangement is deemed void and the taxpayer is advised that payment in full, by certified funds or money order, is required or the next collection step will be taken. In addition to issuing Year End Statements of Taxes and Overdue Notices each year, the following actions will be taken once a residential property owner is three years in arrears; 1. Final Notice-Prior to Tax Sale 2. Notice to Interested Parties 3. Final Notice-Prior to Tax Arrears Certificate Registration 4. Tax Arrears Certificate Registration Final Notice-Prior to Tax Sale Notice to Interested Parties Final Notice-Prior to Tax Arrears Certificate In the fourth quarter of each year, Final Notices-Prior to Tax Sale are mailed to those residential property owners approaching three years of Property Taxes in arrears. The Final Notice-Prior to Tax Sale advises that they have thirty (30) days to pay the taxes or enter into a firm, suitable payment arrangement with the City. If a residential property owner fails to respond to the Final Notice-Prior to Tax Sale, a property title search is carried out by the City in order to identify all parties with a financial interest in the property. The identified parties are then notified of the Tax Arrears. The Notice to Interested Parties advises that the City intends to proceed with a Municipal Tax Sale and provides interested parties with an opportunity to pay the arrears in order to protect their interest in the property. If neither the property owner nor interested parties respond to the previous notices, a Final Notice-Prior to Tax Arrears Certificate
8 Page Page 8 of 15 Registration Registration is issued as one last notification to the property owner of their outstanding balance prior to proceeding with a Municipal Tax Sale. The Final Notice-Prior to Tax Arrears Certificate Registration advises the property owner that they have 30 days to pay their taxes or enter into a firm, suitable arrangement with the City. Otherwise, the City will register a Tax Arrears Certificate against their property. A Notice of Intent to Realize on Security that asks if the taxpayer is currently engaged in farming for commercial purposes, and as required by the Farm Debt Mediation Act, is sent with the Final Notice-Prior to Tax Arrears Certificate Registration. Tax Arrears Certificate Registration Municipal Tax Sale proceedings can begin once taxes have been in arrears for at least three years. Once all other collection efforts are exhausted and the City has been unable to secure payment of the Tax Arrears or a firm, suitable repayment plan, the City commences Municipal Tax Sale proceedings by registering a Tax Arrears Certificate against the property. The City sends a Notice of Registration of Tax Arrears Certificate (Form 1) to the property owner and all interested parties. If full payment is not received within 280 days of registration of the Tax Arrears Certificate, the City issues a Final Notice (Form 3) to the property owner and all interested parties within 30 days after the expiry of the 280-day period. Form 3 specifies the date on which the property will be advertised for public sale if the Tax Arrears are not paid or unless Council has approved an Extension Agreement. If the City does not receive a response, the account will be sent to the Bailiff to perform a site visit and advise the property owner, mortgage company, lawyer or interested parties of the pending sale of the property and attempt collection. Once a Tax Arrears Certificate has been registered, only full payment of the Cancellation Price will be accepted unless Council has approved an Extension Agreement. Full payment will be accepted up to the date of transfer of the property following a
9 Page Page 9 of 15 sale. In the event of non-payment, the City will proceed with a Municipal Tax Sale. COLLECTION STEPS NON-RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES In addition to issuing Year End Statements of Taxes and Overdue Notices, once a non-residential property owner s current year s taxes are in arrears, the following actions will be taken: 1. Final Notice-Pre-Bailiff 2. Bailiff Action 3. Notice to Interested Parties 4. Final Notice-Prior to Tax Arrears Certificate Registration 5. Tax Arrears Certificate Registration Final Notice-Pre-Bailiff Bailiff Action Following the last tax instalment date of a year, a Final Notice- Pre-Bailiff is mailed to every non-residential property owner with an outstanding balance greater than $100, advising the taxpayer that they have 30 days to pay their taxes or enter into a firm, suitable payment arrangement with the City. Otherwise, their account will be issued to a Bailiff for collection. The costs of the Bailiff service are the full responsibility of the property owner. Accounts that fail to respond to the Final Notice-Pre-Bailiff and have Tax Arrears greater than $100 are issued to the Bailiff for collection. Once a Tax Warrant is issued, the property owner makes payments on the outstanding amount directly to the Bailiff. Bailiff tax recovery actions include: serving a Warrant to Distrain for Taxes (Warrant) to the assessed address advising the property owner of such outstanding taxes, Late Payment Charges and lawful costs of said distress; mailing notices to the property owner advising that a Warrant has been issued and the amount of the Warrant;
10 Page Page 10 of 15 telephone contact with the property owner(s), mortgage holder(s) and all other parties with an interest on title; site visits; Attornment of Rent(s), directing the tenants, if applicable, to submit rent payments to the Bailiff. Attornment of Rents are then applied against the outstanding Property Taxes; issuing a Warrant to Seize Goods/Chattels. The Bailiff can physically seize and remove goods/chattels from the property and ultimately sell items seized to recover the Tax Arrears; and issuing a Warrant to Distrain Goods/Property. The Bailiff can register a common law lien against goods/property located in or on an owner s property. If the Bailiff has been unable to collect the outstanding amount and the taxes become three years in arrears, the account is returned to the City to proceed with Municipal Tax Sale. Notice to Interested Parties Final Notice-Prior to Tax Arrears Certificate Registration If a non-residential property owner fails to respond to the Bailiff, a property title search is carried out by the City in order to identify all parties with a financial interest in the property. The identified parties are then notified of the Tax Arrears. The Notice to Interested Parties advises that the City intends to proceed with Municipal Tax Sale and provides interested parties with an opportunity to pay the arrears in order to protect their interest in the property. If interested parties do not respond, a Final Notice-Prior to Tax Arrears Certificate Registration is issued as one last notification to the property owner of the outstanding balance prior to proceeding with Municipal Tax Sale. The Certificate advises the property owner that they have 30 days to pay their taxes or enter into a firm, suitable arrangement with the City. Otherwise, the City will register a Tax Arrears Certificate against their property.
11 Page Page 11 of 15 A Notice of Intent to Realize on Security that asks if the taxpayer is currently engaged in farming for commercial purposes, and as required by the Farm Debt Mediation Act, is sent with the Final Notice-Prior to Tax Arrears Certificate Registration. Tax Arrears Certificate Registration Municipal Tax Sale proceedings can begin once taxes have been in arrears for at least three (3) years. Once all other collection efforts are exhausted and the City has been unable to secure payment of the Tax Arrears or a repayment plan, the City commences Municipal Tax Sale proceedings by registering a Tax Arrears Certificate against the property. The City sends a Notice of Registration of Tax Arrears Certificate (Form 1) to the property owner and all interested parties. COLLECTION STEPS CROWN TENANTS If full payment is not received within 280 days of registration of the Tax Arrears Certificate, the City issues a Final Notice (Form 3) to the property owner and all interested parties within 30 days after the expiry of the 280-day period. Form 3 specifies the date on which the property will be advertised for public sale if the Tax Arrears are not paid or unless Council has approved an Extension Agreement. If the City does not receive a response, the account will be sent to the Bailiff to perform a site visit and advise the property owner, mortgage company, lawyer or interested parties of the pending sale of the property and attempt collection. Once a Tax Arrears Certificate has been registered, only full payment of the Cancellation Price will be accepted unless Council has approved an Extension Agreement. Full payment will be accepted up to the date of transfer of the property following a sale. In the event of non-payment, the City will proceed with a Municipal Tax Sale. When Crown property is leased to or occupied by a taxable tenant, the land is assessed as if the tenant is the owner and the tenant is then responsible for the payment of Property Taxes. The
12 Page Page 12 of 15 Municipal Tax Sale provisions of the Act do not apply to Crown property. In addition to issuing Year End Statements of Taxes and Overdue Notices, once a Crown tenant s current year s taxes are in arrears the following actions will be taken: 1. Final Notice-Pre-Bailiff 2. Bailiff Action 3. Legal Action 4. Application to Crown Final Notice-Pre-Bailiff Bailiff Action Following the last tax instalment date of the year, a Final Notice- Pre-Bailiff is mailed to every Crown tenant with an outstanding balance greater than $100, advising the tenant that they have 30 days to pay their taxes or enter into a firm, suitable payment arrangement with the City. Otherwise, their account will be issued to a Bailiff for collection. The costs of the Bailiff service are the full responsibility of the Crown tenant. If a Crown tenant fails to respond to the Final Notice-Pre-Bailiff, the City issues a Tax Warrant to the Bailiff to collect the outstanding taxes. Once a Tax Warrant is issued, the Crown tenant makes payments on the outstanding amount directly to the Bailiff. Bailiff tax recovery actions include: serving a Warrant to Distrain for Taxes (Warrant) to the assessed address advising the Crown tenant of such outstanding taxes, Late Payment Charges and lawful costs of said distress; mailing notices to the Crown tenant advising that a Warrant has been issued and the amount of the Warrant; telephone contact with the Crown tenant; site visits; Attornment of Rent(s) - if the property is sub-leased by the
13 Page Page 13 of 15 Crown tenant, the Bailiff can direct the sub-tenant to submit rent payments to the Bailiff. Attornment of Rent(s) are then applied against the outstanding Property Taxes; issuing a Warrant to Seize Goods/Chattels. The Bailiff can physically seize and remove goods/chattels from the property and ultimately sell items seized to recover the Tax Arrears; issuing a Warrant to Distrain Goods/Property. The Bailiff can register a common law lien against goods/property located in or on a tenant s property. Legal Action Application to the Crown If the Bailiff is unable to collect the overdue amount, or secure a payment arrangement within six (6) months of the assignment date, the account is returned to the City. Legal action may then be commenced by the Legal Services Division where the company is viable and it is cost effective to do so. If all collection steps are exhausted, the City shall make application to the Crown for payment of the tenant s Tax Arrears. CANCELLATIONS & WRITE-OFFS Cancellation of Late Payment Charge Late Payment Charges are cancelled only in the following circumstances: taxes are adjusted under section 334, 354, 357, or 358 of the Municipal Act, 2001; taxes are adjusted following a change in assessment under the Assessment Act; penalty and/or interest were charged as a result of the City s error or omission. The amount of Late Payment Charges cancelled is limited to the amount related to the tax reduction associated with a tax adjustment, change in assessment or City error or omission. Minimum Balance Write-off A balance owing of less than $10.00 on an account after payment is received will automatically be written off following the last
14 Page Page 14 of 15 interim instalment date and at December 31 st each year, as it is uneconomical for the City to pursue collection of these amounts. Treasurer s Write-offs MISCELLANEOUS Bankruptcy Contaminated Property Discretion REPORTING In accordance with section 354 of the Act, uncollectible taxes may be approved for write-off by Council on the recommendation of the Commissioner of Corporate Services and Treasurer (the Treasurer). When a property owner files for bankruptcy, the City is a secured creditor, as the tax debt is a charge against the real property. The City ranks in preference and priority to any other claims, except those of the Provincial and Federal government. A letter is forwarded to the trustee advising them of the City s claim and that it is assumed Property Taxes will be paid once the property is sold. Council shall approve any tax sale proceedings where it is suspected that a property is environmentally contaminated. In order to ensure that all taxpayers are treated fairly and equitably, the Commissioner of Corporate Services & Treasurer, or his/her designate, has the authority to exercise discretion in the application of this policy where unusual circumstances are apparent, provided such discretion is in accordance with all applicable legislation. The Supervisor, Collections will maintain the following monthly reports and provide them to the Manager, Revenue and Taxation on a monthly basis and to the Director, Revenue & Materiel Management on a quarterly basis: REPORT Tax Arrears Certificates Registered DESCRIPTION Lists all properties against which Tax Arrears Certificates have been registered, identifying the amount of arrears and redemption date of each and details of any Extension Agreements in place
15 Page Page 15 of 15 Tax Collection Summary Comparison Of Tax Collections Property Assessed Value Versus Taxes Overdue Tax Accounts With Arrears Greater Than $150,000 Bailiff Performance Summarizes taxes billed and collected in the current year and outstanding Property Taxes from previous years, identifying the year to which the outstanding taxes pertain Compares Property Taxes billed and collected in the current year and previous five years Lists properties where Tax Arrears are greater than 40% of the current year s assessed value of the property Lists properties where Tax Arrears are greater than $150,000 and identifies collection steps taken Reports Bailiff success rate in collecting Tax Arrears The Director, Revenue & Materiel Management, will provide the Commissioner, Corporate Services, with the following reports semi-annually: Tax Collection Summary Comparison of Tax Collections Property Assessed Value Versus Taxes Overdue Tax Accounts With Arrears Greater Than $150,000 REFERENCE: GC LAST REVIEW DATE: CONTACT: For additional information contact the Manager, Revenue and Taxation, Revenue & Materiel Management Division, Corporate Services Department.
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