Tax Administration and Property Records

As of 11:59 pm on April 5th, the public health emergency which was declared in PEI expired.  Under the provisions of the Registry Act, documents with electronic proof of execution will continue to be registered for 30 days following the expiry of the state of emergency.  Effective Friday, May 6th, documents executed electronically under emergency provisions of the Act will not be accepted for registration.  For greater clarity, this 30 day grace period is strictly a time frame for electronically executed documents to be registered

Tax Administration and Property Records provides general information on property tax and consumption tax.  You will find an overview of administrative processes, taxpayer obligations and links to forms, publications and other resources to help you understand and meet your tax obligations. This section also includes important information on property assessment and land registry in the province and offers online services for use of land information. 

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