Government of New Brunswick

Property Tax Notices for 2022 will be issued on April 1st this year rather than March 1st. Please be aware the Property Tax Certificate will not include the 2022 Annual Levy until April 1, 2022.

Upon payment of a fee, the Department of Finance will issue a certificate reflecting the total real property taxes and penalties owing to the Province, as of the date of issuance, and whether the property was subject to a tax sale within thirty days prior to the date of the certificate.

The facts reported on the certificate are as they existed at the time the certificate was issued according to the records kept under the Real Property Tax Act. However, the facts may change, subsequent to the issuance of the certificate, as a result of a change in the assessment of the subject property pursuant to the provisions of the Assessment Act or the Residential Property Tax Relief Act, or as a result of a payment being charged back as non-negotiable.

The certificate is issued in accordance with the provisions of the Real Property Tax Act.


How To Order A Property Tax Certificate Online

The fee for an online order is twenty dollars ($20.00 CAD) per property tax account and must be paid by credit card at the time of the order.

Certificates ordered online are normally e-mailed at the completion of the order, provided there are no problems encountered with the order. Certificates requiring further review prior to issuance will be e-mailed within one business day or you will be contacted accordingly.

To complete your online order, you will require a valid:

  • e-mail address to receive the certificate(s) and receipt,
  • contact phone number,
  • eight digit Property Account Number (PAN, maximum of ten per order), and
  • credit card (Visa or MasterCard).

The following information is optional:

  • your file number.

Please note: If the order is left unattended for thirty minutes or more prior to completion, the online application will time-out and the order process will have to be restarted.