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100% Service Connected Disabled Veteran - Real Estate and/or Personal Property Exemption

  1. Veteran Exemption Application for Real Estate and/or Personal Property
  2. Please be sure to submit a copy of the "Summary of Benefits" letter at the bottom of this form. This exemption may be applied to the principal residence and/or one vehicle (passenger car, pickup or panel truck only for personal use).
  3. Section A - Please complete this section with Application Type and Applicant Information.
  4. Please be sure to check the email address for accuracy.

  5. We will reply by email, but may contact you by phone, if the email address is returned as invalid.

  6. Section B - Real Estate
  7. General Information:
    • Applies to the principal residence of a qualifying disabled veteran or their surviving spouse and up to 1 acre of land.
    • The exemption is extended to the veteran’s surviving spouse, so long as the death of the veteran occurred  on or after January 1, 2011, the real property is maintained as the survivor’s principal residence, and he or she does not remarry.
    • The application is a one-time process and does not need to be submitted annually, unless there is a change in circumstances such as the veteran’s principal place of residence changes.

    Qualifications

    • The veteran has a 100% service-connected, total and permanent disability or a total disability rating based on individual unemployability due to a service-connected disability.
    • The property must be owned by the veteran requesting the exemption or the surviving spouse.
    • The property must be occupied as the principal residence. The veteran is required to file a new request for real property exemption, if the principal place of residence changes.

    Documentation:

    • Summary of Benefits letter from the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs indication the veteran has a 100% service-connected, permanent and total disability and the effective date of such rating.
    • For Surviving Spouse exemption, please provide copies of marriage license and death certificate.

    Code of Virginia 58.1-3219.5 & 58.1-3219.6

  8. Section C - Personal Property (vehicle)

    Per code, motor vehicle means only a passenger car, pickup or panel truck for personal use. (Boats, motorcycles, trailers, RV, etc. are not eligible for this exemption.)

  9. General Information:

    One motor vehicle (car, pickup or panel truck) owned and used by a qualifying disabled veteran may be exempted from tax. Boats, motorcycles, trailers, RVs, or vehicles for business use, etc. do not qualify.  Code of Vrginia 58.1-3668 

    Qualifications:

    • The veteran has a 100% service-connected, total and permanent disability or a total disability rating based on individual unemployablity due to service-connect disability.
    • Vehicle must be owned and regularly used by the veteran.
    • Leased vehicles are not eligible.
    • The vehicle may be co-owned with a spouse of the veteran. This vehicle exemption does not apply to vehicles owned solely by a spouse or a surviving spouse.

    Documentation - Summary of Benefits letter from the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs indication the veteran has a 100% service-connected, permanent and total disability and the effective date of such rating.

  10. 7 digit number if known

  11. VIN

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  13. Section D - Supporting Documentation and Add Comments
  14. Upload copy of Summary of Benefit Letter (applying for Real Estate and/or  Personal Property)

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