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Taxation and Property Records
Elizabeth (Beth) Gaudet
Provincial Tax Commissioner
Linda Sencabaugh
Coordinator, Office Systems
Shaw Building, 1st Floor
95 Rochford Street
PO Box 2000
Charlottetown, PE
C1A 7N8
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Telephone: (902) 368-4070
Facsimile: (902) 368-6164


The mandate of Taxation and Property Records Division ensures fairness and equity in the application and collection of provincial tax and fee revenues, and equity and uniformity in the production of provincial, municipal and fire district real property assessment rolls.

The division is also mandated to develop, implement, and maintain land related information systems and programs in areas including the Office of the Registrar of Deeds, civic addressing, provincial property lines, corporate geomatics, and official provincial place names (toponymy).

The mandate of the division requires that services be co-ordinated and integrated both with federal, provincial and municipal governments and the private sector.

For information about our services, visit the Tax and Land Information Website or contact us.

Administration Services Section
WHAT WE DO

Administration Services Section

The Office of the Provincial Tax Commissioner/Administration Services Section is responsible for delivering all legislated functions of the Provincial Tax Commissioner; monitoring, reconciling and analyzing provincial tax and fee revenues; providing detailed reports; and serving as the liaison and revenue manager for municipal and fire district property tax administration and for external fee based clients.

The office of the Provincial Tax Commissioner/Administration Section is also responsible for content development, maintenance and dissemination of information needed by tax payers and tax program participants.
OUR STAFF
Tax Administration and Compliance Services
WHAT WE DO

Tax Administration and Compliance Services

This Tax Administration and Compliance Services section is responsible for the administration and interpretation of provisions within consumption tax legislation and related regulations; processing consumption tax returns, consumption and property tax payments and bank deposits; preparing annual and amended property tax bills; administering various tax programs such as provincial tax credit, seniors tax deferral, grant in lieu of property taxes, and marked fuel.

This section is also responsible for tax compliance activity, including revenue collections and performing consumption tax, International Fuel Tax (IFTA) and Internation Registration Plan (IRP) and tax program compliance audits.

The applicable acts and regulations are the Revenue Tax Act, Revenue Administration Act, Tobacco Tax Act, Health Tax Act, Environment Tax Act, Gasoline Tax Act, and related regulations.

OUR STAFF
  • Lorne Bay, CA
    Manager, Tax Administration and Compliance Services
    • James P. Mutch
      Supervisor, Tax Processing and Client Services
      • Mark Robinson
        Coordinator, Customer Reception and Tax Support
        • Customer Reception and Tax Support Representative
          Vacant position
        • Customer Reception and Tax Support Representative
          Vacant position
      • Shannon T Atkinson
        Coordinator, Customer Service and Tax Processing
        • Ferne Gorveatt
          Customer Service and Tax Processing Representative
        • Customer Service and Tax Processing Representative
          Vacant position
        • Customer Service and Tax Processing Representative
          Vacant position
      • Coordinator, Tax Programs
        Vacant position
    • Gail MacPhee
      Supervisor, Gas and Tobacco Tax Administration
    • Sherri MacNevin
      Supervisor, Property Tax Administration
    • Susan Whitaker, CGA
      Supervisor, Audit and Tax Compliance
Real Property Services
WHAT WE DO
The Real Property Services section is responsible for assessing all real property in the Province on an annual basis at the market value assessment; maintaining a taxable value assessment for owner occupied residential property; producing annual provincial, municipal and fire district assessment rolls which form the basis for levying property taxes, dues and fees; administering assessment programs such as reappraisal, new construction and referral; supporting tax credit programs such as provincial tax credit; administering assessment programs including bona fide farm and farm use; and defending real property assessment appeals filed with the Island Regulatory Appeals Commission.

This Section is also responsible for operations within the Office of the Registrar of Deeds(Charlottetown and Summerside); maintenance of the provincial civic address and property line programs and providing property-related geomatics products and services to other Government departments and agencies, and to the private sector.

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This page last updated Wed May 25 7:38:52 2016.

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