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French property form: How do I make corrections after submitting it?

There have been reports of difficulties with making alterations, however in theory it is possible

The biens immobiliers declaration is completed at your personal tax site space Pic: HJBC / Shutterstock

Reader question: I submitted the declaration but I would like to change something - can I do this? 

When The Connexion spoke to the official in charge of the new declaration process, she said that it is possible to go back into your biens immobliers space and correct and resubmit the information. 

Connexion staff who have made the declaration also report that this is possible and that the property or properties are still visible in the space with a button to declare them still clickable. 

We understand, therefore, that it is possible to complete the process again and that the final declaration will be the one accepted by the tax office. 

There have, however, been some French media reports of difficulties with online corrections.

If you encounter difficulties, you can contact your tax office with any queries, with the easiest method being to send a private online message via your personal space. 

Firstly, log on to the site using your numéro fiscal and password and then click the Messagerie sécurisée button. Next, choose the relevant reason for the message. 

There is currently no message choice for correcting a wrong biens immobiliers form, so you can simply use the j’ai une autre démande button. 

You should detail there is an error with your declaration and that you would like to change it.

You should receive a reply via the same messaging service within a few days.

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