Entity Taxpayer ID or FEIN: the taxpayer ID is an 11 digit number issued by the state of Texas. The FEIN is a 9 digit number issued by the federal government.
Select the appropriate radio button and enter the corresponding number.
Entity Name: the name of the entity that has eminent domain authority.
Entity Phone number: the primary phone number of the entity with eminent domain authority.
Entity Website: the website address of the entity with eminent domain authority, if it has one.
Primary Contact Name: the first, middle, and last name of the primary contact at the entity. The contact can be, but does not have to be, an officer of the entity.
Primary Contact Title: the title of the primary contact at the entity.
Entity Contact Phone Number: the direct phone number and extension of the primary contact.
Primary Contact Email Address: the email address of the primary contact. If possible, please submit an email address that can be used for follow-up communications regarding this legislation, such as a business email account.
Select an Entity Type: choose either Government or Private/Other Non-Governmental
What was the earliest year in which the entity had eminent domain authority?: this is the year the entity had eminent domain authority. It may not be the year the entity was created.
Has this entity exercised eminent domain authority in calendar year 2015 by the filing of a condemnation petition under Section 21.012, Property Code?: select Yes or No.
This refers to the actual filing of the condemnation petition, rather than activities that may occur before or after the filing of the petition, such as the initial offer to purchase property, or the awarding of damages by a special commissioner's court.
You will receive an email notification annually reminding you of the deadline to file the eminent domain report. If you do NOT want to receive this notification, please check the box.
In 2015, the Texas Legislature passed House Bill 855, which requires state agencies to publish a list of the three most commonly used Web browsers on their websites. The Texas Comptroller’s most commonly used Web browsers are Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Apple Safari.