Use LAT forms to tell us about your property. Each year the Louisiana Tax Commission requires our office to send LAT forms to selected property owners. These forms allow property owners to give us information about their property. Below you will find forms approved by the Tax Commission.
The Lincoln Parish Assessor's Office will not accept personal property LAT form information filing by electronic submission (i.e. fax or email). Personal property LAT form filing information must be submitted in paper form through the mail or federally approved delivery systems.
Residential or Homeowners form is to be used by the owner, reporting any property that consists of land with improvements, whether urban or rural, and used for residential purposes.
Land Report form is to be furnished to the owner of any parcel of vacant land.
Apartment Report Form is to be used in addition to the Land Report form for any owner of any apartment or residential complex that is not applicable to LAT 1.
Commercial and Industrial Report form is to be furnished to and used by the owner of any improvement of a commercial or industrial type property.
Used to report general business assets such as inventories, merchandise, furniture and fixtures, machinery and equipment, leasehold improvements and miscellaneous property, consigned goods, leased, loaned or rented equipment, furniture etc.
Used to report tax-exempt buildings, machinery and equipment, furniture and fixtures, consigned goods, leased, loaned or rented equipment, furniture etc.
Used to report repossessed property and taxable credits of loan and finance companies.
Used by cellular industry companies, doing business in the parish or taxing district.
Used by cable television industry companies doing business in the parish or taxing district.
Used to report watercraft, motor vessels and barges, other than those employed in interstate commerce. Gasoline powered watercraft and vessels employed in fisheries. (activities for human consumption are exempt from property taxation.)
Used to report aircraft, except those owned by a company engaged in the business of transporting passengers and/or property for hire on regular scheduled flights, which are assessed as public service property, are subject to valuation and assessment by parish assessors.