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When i go to the riverhead web site of suffolk county NY it

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When i go to the riverhead web site of suffolk county NY it saysi need a TP 584 form. Is this a required attachment even in a deed change from estate to executor that has already passed probate in county surrogates court?

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This is a tax form here that must be completed for the personal state income taxes that are due on the property. FileForm TP-584 with the recording officer of the county where the real property being conveyed is located,no later than the fifteenth day after the delivery of the instrument effecting the conveyance as per the instructions.


I wish I could tell you otherwise but this is NY state wanting personal income tax forms here to be completed not the Surrogate Court.

Here are the instructions..


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