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A misfortune or calamity is defined as a natural or man-made catastrophe such as fire, flood, earthquake, vandalism, etc. of such consequence to property as to seriously affect its market value.
Such an event is the result of a sudden unexpected occurrence, coming about by chance and without the design of the owner. Revenue and Taxation (R&T) Code Section 170 provides for reassessment of property damaged or destroyed due to a misfortune or calamity. Property qualifies for relief if the total combined loss in current market value, due to the damage, is $10,000 or more on an individual taxable property.
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