All French property owners are required to fill in an online form declaring their property.

To create a space on the site, it is now necessary to attend the tax office in person but that may not be possible for everybody before the 30th June deadline.

But it came to my attention that some people, particularly second-home owners, cannot do this because they may not have a fiscal number yet and/or they do but cannot create an online space. They also have no social security number and cannot create a France Connect account.

So I have been in touch directly with the Gers tax office and they have provided me with a form for those owners who cannot do this online and cannot attend the tax office beforehand. It was specified that it is not for public distribution but that in exceptional cases I can provide it to people.

If you need it then get in touch. And spread the word (feel free to share this post) as quite a few people may be affected by this!

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Published by Victoria Maître Headdon

I am a dual French-British national. I hold a degree in English and French law with French language awarded by the Universities of East Anglia and Lyons (Jean Moulin III). I was recently awarded an MA in Translation (Distinction). After qualifying and working as a Barrister in London, I have worked in the French Real Estate industry since 2001. I am also a certified Property Valuer. I provide a wide range of Translation, Interpretation, Consulting and Lawyer-Linguist services, including in-person and video link interpreting. I am specialised in Real Estate, Private Law (contracts, divorce, wills, probate), Administrative Law (residency permits, nationality applications, health card registration) and I also have Corporate Law (companies and sole traders) expertise.

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