We created this web form to help simplify your completion of the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts' form 50-162. If you have any questions about form 50-162, we advise that you consult with the Comptroller's office or your personal attorney.
Identify all property for which you are granting the agent authority
and, unless granting authority for all property listed for you, provide at least one of the property identifiers listed below (appraisal
district account number, physical or situs address, or legal description). A chief appraiser may, if necessary to identify the property,
request additional information. In lieu of listing property below, you may attach a list of all property to which this appointment
applies, denoting the total number of additional pages attached in the lower right-hand corner below.
By entering your full name ...
The individual signing this form is (check one):
* This form must be signed by the property owner, a property manager authorized to designate agents for the owner or other person authorized to act on behalf of the owner other than the person being designated as agent. If you are a person other than the property owner, the appraisal district may request a copy of the document(s) authorizing you to designate agents or act on behalf of the property owner.
If you make a false statement on this form, you could be found guilty of a Class A misdemeanor or a state jail felony under Penal Code Section 37.10.