Municipal property assessment

Such as forcing the Municipal Taxation Act (legislation passed by the Quebec government), an assessment roll is made by the external firm of assessors Évimbec.

This role is effective for fiscal years 2018, 2019 and 2020. The assessment roll is a summary of the inventory of buildings on the territory of a local municipality and reflects the value of each property based on its actual value. The real value of a building is its exchange value, on a free market and open competition. In other words, it is the most probable price that a buyer would pay at a private sale agreement, if the building was sold.

Between the date of deposit of the role (September 2017) and by May 1, 2018, a request for review could have been made in respect of a property listed on this role. This means the right to request for review may only be exercised by May 1 of the first fiscal year of a role. After this deadline, the right of complaint no longer exists.

Pursuant to section 129 of the Act respecting municipal taxation, a taxpayer who wishes to make an application for review (Article 263 of the Act). of its new evaluation can do so by requesting the prescribed form available by contacting the M.R.C. Le Haut-Saint-Laurent.

The completed form must be sent to the following address:

M.R.C. Le Haut-Saint-Laurent
10 King Street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Phone: 450 264-5411

and must be accompanied by the amount prescribed by the law number 99-97 and indicated on the notice of assessment (left side of the municipal tax).

The prescribed amount is payable by check made out to the M.R.C. Le Haut-Saint-Laurent.

Remember to register your serial number on the check or money order and please do not insert cash in the envelope.

Online assessment role

Access to the public site for citizens
The public site is free of charge and provides information appearing on the assessment roll for a selected property as well as annual taxation data for this property.

Access to the Professional Site
The site dedicated to professionals (notaries, real estate agents, appraisers, etc.) is chargeable and requires registration. Some professionals thus have access to a property’s account statement.