Disability Exemption Explanation and Applications
Download the Disability Application
You can download and complete this form on your computer. For your convenience you may email the completed form to email@example.com. Please be sure that you include the name of the form in the subject line of your email to ensure that it gets properly routed within the administration.
To qualify for the Disability Exemption, a person must be classified as totally disabled under any type of public or private retirement system. In addition, the following provisions must be met:
- The applicant must have maintained the disability classification for the entire year.
- The applicant must have received disability payments under this classification.
- Verification documentation must be submitted to the property valuation administrator before December 31st of each year to show continuing eligibility.
KRS 132.810(2) (h) provides, "When title to property which is exempted, either in whole or in part, under the homestead exemption is transferred, the owner, administrator, executor, trustee, guardian, conservator, curator or agent shall report such transfer to the property valuation administrator."
Under the provisions of KRS 132,990(1), "Any person who willfully fails to supply the property valuation administrator or the revenue cabinet with a complete list of his property and such facts with regard thereto as may be required or who violates any of the provisions of KRS 132.570 shall be fined not more that five hundred dollars ($500)." Do you meet these requirements? Download the Homestead/Disability Application.