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Answers to frequently asked assessment questions can be found on the Assessor’s website.

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Taxes
Taxes - Paying Online
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Revenue Office Information

Clayton North County West County South County
41 S. Central Ave.
Street Level
Clayton, MO 63105
21 Village Square Shopping Center
Hazelwood, MO 63042
74 Clarkson Wilson Center
Chesterfield, MO 63017
4546 Lemay Ferry Rd.
Keller Plaza
St. Louis, MO 63129
314/615-5500 314/615-7400 314/615-0900 314/615-4000
M,W,F: 7a – 5:30p
T, Th 7a – 6p
M – F: 8a – 4:30p M – F: 8a – 4:30p M – F: 8a – 4:30p
Check, cash, money order Check, cash, money order Check & money order Check, Cash, money order

Contact Information

Division Phone Email
Collector’s Office 314/615-5500 Collector@stlouisco.com
Trustee Property 314/615-0129 Trusteeproperty@stlouisco.com
Recorder of Deeds 314/615-7102 Recorder@stlouisco.com
Licensing 314/615-5107 Licensing@stlouisco.com
Board of Equalization 314/615-7195 BOE@stlouisco.com
Public Information/Records Requests 314/615-4271 RevenueInfo@stlouisco.com

Taxes

For contact and office information visit: Revenue Office Information

What are personal property taxes?
Personal property taxes are based on where you reside and what property you own on January 1 of each taxing year. This includes vehicles, trailers, boats and motors, etc. for individuals, as well as office furniture, tools and equipment for businesses.

Personal property owners residing in Saint Louis County on January 1 are required by state law to declare personal property, including any state-titled vehicles, boats, aircraft and livestock. The information on the declaration form is used to correctly prepare the personal property tax bills mailed later in the year. Property owners must return the form, even if there has been no change in assets from the prior year.

Signed and dated Personal Property Declaration forms must be received by the Assessor's Office before March 1 or a penalty of up to $100 may be added to the tax bill. If mailed, the envelope must be postmarked by the United States Postal Service on or before the last business day in February.

Individual personal property can also be declared online at the Online Individual Personal Property Declaration page.

How can I pay my personal property or real property taxes?
The St. Louis County Department of Revenue accepts tax payments via online payments, by mail, in person, and by telephone.

Online:
Tax payments by direct debit from a checking or savings account are accepted without any additional fees. Credit and debit card payments are processed through a third party provider and are subject to a convenience fee. Only pin-less debit cards may be used. In other words, if your debit card requires a pin number to be entered, you cannot make a debit payment.

VISA debit payments are charged a fixed fee of $3.95. MasterCard debit and all credit card payments are charged a fee equal to 2.45% of the tax amount due or the minimum fee of $3.95, whichever is greater.

Credit cards accepted are Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.

Accepted credit cards.


To pay taxes online visit: Pay Your Taxes Online

Mail:
Mail check or money order for tax payments to: Collector of Revenue, 41 S Central Ave, Clayton, MO 63105.

By Phone:
Credit card payments can be made by telephone by calling 1-877-309-9306. Credit card payments are processed through a third party provider, who will charge a convenience fee.

In Person:
You can pay your taxes in person at the collections office in Clayton and at any Saint Louis County satellite office. All offices accept payments by check or money order, but only the Clayton, North and South County locations can accept cash payments.

Clayton North County West County South County
41 S. Central Ave.
Street Level
Clayton, MO 63105
21 Village Square Shopping Center
Hazelwood, MO 63042
74 Clarkson Wilson Center
Chesterfield, MO 63017
4546 Lemay Ferry Rd.
Keller Plaza
St. Louis, MO 63129
314/615-5500 314/615-7400 314/615-0900 314/615-4000
M,W,F: 7a – 5:30p
T, Th 7a – 6p
M – F: 8a – 4:30p M – F: 8a – 4:30p M – F: 8a – 4:30p
Check, cash, money order Check, cash, money order Check & money order Check, Cash, money order

My 2013 tax bill shows an item labeled “2012 Omitted MSD Tax”. What is that all about?
During the 2012 tax bill calculations, a small portion of MSD’s 2012 tax rate was inadvertently left off of some property owner’s tax bills. As a result, MSD did not receive all of the taxes due to them. That error is being corrected on the 2013 tax bill. Property owners affected by the 2012 billing error will see the unbilled portion of MSD’s 2012 taxes listed as an additional item, labeled “2012 Omitted MSD Tax”.

The amount will be based on the 2012 value of each affected property. For example: On a residential property valued at $100,000 by the Assessor, the unbilled 2012 MSD tax would be approximately $3.53. Personal property taxes based on a car valued by the Assessor at $10,000 in 2012 would result in an additional $0.62 on the 2013 bill.

Anyone with questions about the belated 2012 billing portion should call the Collector of Revenue’s office at 314/615-5500.

I moved to the State of Missouri in the middle of the year. Will I owe personal property or real estate taxes?

Personal Property:
If you purchase a vehicle or move to Saint Louis County after January 1, you will not be taxed on the vehicle until next year. A tax waiver is issued to new residents of the State of Missouri, or to people who are buying their first vehicle. In order to apply for a tax waiver, you must present proof of ownership such as a title, title application or a title registration from for the Missouri Department of Revenue (pink slip). Tax waivers for businesses may be obtained only at the Saint Louis County Collector of Revenue's Office in Clayton. Tax waivers for individuals and leased vehicles may be obtained at the Saint Louis County Assessor’s Office in Clayton.

Real Estate Property:
At the time real estate is purchased, the taxes due are negotiated between the buyer and the seller. Usually the amount is prorated for the number of months each person owns the property.

Can I make partial payments of my taxes?
You can apply to "pre-pay" upcoming taxes on a quarterly basis or make payments on delinquent taxes. For more information on partial payments, including payments for delinquent taxes, please see the “Tax Pre-Payment” brochure or contact the Collection Division.

How can I get a personal property tax receipt?
When you pay your taxes, the Collector's office will send you a tax receipt by mail. If you pay online, you will be able to print your receipt after your payment has been processed and posted to your account – which can take up to five business days. If you need your receipt immediately, you should pay in person at any of the County offices.

How can I get a duplicate personal property tax receipt?
Duplicate personal property tax receipts are available either by mail, online, at the Saint Louis County Collector of Revenue's Office in Clayton or at any of the Saint Louis County Government satellite offices. The charge for a duplicate receipt by mail or at the Collector's office is $1.00. If you need a duplicate tax receipt mailed to you, send in your request along with a check or money order for $1.00 and another receipt will be mailed to you. Be sure to include your name, address, account number (if known) and a daytime phone number, in case we have questions.

You can also get a tax receipt online at the St. Louis County's website for every year in which taxes are paid. Online receipts are free of charge. Like the duplicate tax receipts by mail or from the Collector's office, the online tax receipt can be used at the Missouri Department of Revenue license offices when licensing your vehicle. To get a tax receipt online go to http://revenue.stlouisco.com/Collection/ppInfo/. Find your account in the lower right frame and click on the account number. In the top frame your account information will be shown for the current tax year. If your taxes have been paid then there will be a print tax receipt link at the top of the page. Click on the link and a popup window will appear showing your tax receipt, which can then be printed. To change tax years select another year in the tax year drop down button shown on the main page.

For contact and office information visit: Revenue Office Information

How can I get a real estate tax history statement?
Owners of real estate in Saint Louis County can retrieve up to ten years of tax history information online from their computer. This feature is most useful for people who need to get something in writing while preparing income tax, to those whose taxes are paid by a mortgage company, or to property owners simply wanting to compare their tax amounts over the years.

To get a tax history statement online go to http://revenue.stlouisco.com/ias/. Find your account in the lower right frame and click on the locator number. In the left margin click on the tax history link. When the tax history page shows click on the print tax history statement link at the top of the page. A popup window will appear showing your tax history statement, which can then be printed.

For contact and office information visit: Revenue Office Information

I would like more information about the real property tax sale.
The Saint Louis County Collector of Revenue’s office conducts its annual real property tax sale on the fourth Monday in August. Sale instructions and listings of available properties are published online approximately one month before the sale. For more detailed information or to view auction books from previous sales visit the Real Property Tax Sales page.

What happens if a property does not sell during the tax sale?
Parcels that are offered, but not sold in the 3rd sale offerings during the Collector's annual tax sale, and are not actually bid upon by the county, are held by the Collector of Revenue as "Post Third Sale Offerings".

How can I purchase post-tax sale property?
The general public is invited to bid on these properties at any time outside of the tax sale. For a list of properties currently held by the Collector of Revenue, instructions regarding the bidding process, and the bid form, please visit the Real Property Tax Sales page. Please note that the list of properties may be subject to change without notice.


Taxes - Paying Online

For contact and office information visit: Collection Division

What online payment methods are accepted?
You may pay your taxes online with a checking, savings or credit card account. Credit cards that are accepted are Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. It is important to know that credit or debit card payments will be charged a convenience fee by our third party provider. Please see "How can I pay my personal or real property taxes?"

What information will I need in order to pay my taxes online?
If you are paying with a checking or savings account you will need your address, contact, identification and bank account information. The contact information includes your email address and phone number. The identification information will be, in most cases, your driver's license number. Your bank account information includes your account number and your bank's routing number.

If you are paying with a credit card account you will need your address, contact and account information. The contact information includes your phone number and the account information includes the credit card number and the expiration date.

For more information see Begin Online Tax Payment.

What will St. Louis County do with my personal and account information?
When paying your taxes online, none of your personal or account information is saved or recorded by any person employed by St. Louis County or in any database maintained by St. Louis County. Personal information includes your email address, phone number and identification information such as your driver’s license number or social security number. Account information includes your bank or credit card account information.

Will there be an immediate deduction from my bank account?
This electronic transfer functions very similarly to clearing a check. St. Louis County will notify its bank of your authorization for electronic payment of taxes as soon as we can. They, in turn, will notify your bank of the transaction. However, the impact of weekends, holidays or other factors could delay the actual debit appearing on your account for up to 72 hours, just as some checks take more time to clear. In general, an electronic debit should be faster than ordinary check processing. Therefore, it is all the more important that sufficient funds be in your account when you authorize the transfer. Remember, fraudulently authorizing an electronic debit is every bit as serious as writing a bad check. It could result in criminal charges.

Will I get a paid receipt?
When paying taxes online, you will get a "confirmation page" which you should print and retain for your records. The State license office will NOT accept this confirmation page as a paid receipt to license vehicles. A paid tax receipt will be mailed to the address on record within ten days of making a payment. It may take up to five business days for your payment to be posted when paying online. If you require a faster turnaround time, we recommend that you pay in person at one of our offices.

Is it safe to pay my taxes on the Internet?
Everyone has his or her own individual concept of safety and e-commerce. Some people choose not to participate in Internet transactions. Others are completely comfortable ordering and paying online, especially with organizations they know and trust. To ensure that your personal and bank account information is passed through a secure channel our web server uses a Secured Socket Layer (SSL) certificate, which is a very powerful encryption technology. St. Louis County values your financial safety and your privacy.

What is Secure Socket Layer (SSL)?
SSL technology has become an industry standard for sending encrypted information securely across the Internet. Our SSL Certificate from DigiCert ® provides the strongest 2048-Bit and SHA-2 encryption available. A web server with a SSL certificate has an URL address starting with https. When you first request a web page secured by SSL your browser and the web server establish secret keys used for the encryption/decryption process. Only your browser and the web server know the secret keys so that no one else can view your information by scanning the data packets as they travel across the Internet.


Trustee

What does the Trustee do?
The Trustee Office maintains, researches, and sells or transfers title to real estate that has not been sold through the Collector of Revenue’s delinquent tax auction. The Trustee attempts to protect and recover all taxes due and prevent their loss to the taxing authorities (e.g. school districts, fire districts, sewer districts; and parks, road and bridges, libraries and the sheltered workshop).

How can I find out what Trustee property is for sale?
The Trustee parcels available for bid may be viewed by clicking on the link: Inventory of Trustee Parcels. The bid form that must be completed may be viewed by clicking on the link: Bid Form. The original completed bid form must be submitted by mail or in person. Copies, facsimile copies or email copies are not accepted.


Recording of Deeds and Other Documents

For contact and office information visit: Recorder of Deeds Division

What is the function of the Recorder of Deeds?
The Office of Recorder of Deeds records and files instruments of writing affecting real property or personal property, military discharge documents and other instruments of writing.

Should I submit the original document or a photocopy?
The original notarized document must be presented to the Recorder of Deeds. The original notarized document will be returned to you within one week of the recording date. Documents may be filed in-person or by mail:

Recorder of Deeds
41 South Central Avenue, 4th Floor
Clayton, MO 63105-1799

Please include a self-addressed stamped envelope.

Electronic recording is also available. Please follow this eRecording link to for additional information.

The Recorder of Deeds Division is located on the fourth floor of the Lawrence K. Roos County Government Building.

What is the fee for recording a document?
The recording fee for a single page document is $24. The fee for each additional page is $3. A $25 non-standard fee will be added if the document does not meet the Missouri standard formatting requirements.

For additional information see: Document Formatting Standards Adobe Portable Document Format file.

What if I pay too much when I include payment of the recording fee with my document?
For the convenience of our customers, the following policy has been established for over-payments of the stated price:

Amounts under $10.00 do not warrant the administrative cost of a refund. Overages are automatically deposited into Saint Louis County's General Funds account.

Amounts over $10.00 will be issued a check refunding the overage amount to the customer.

How do I change or add a name on a deed?
Although stationery and office supply companies sell legal forms and reference books, it is highly recommended that an attorney licensed in Missouri be consulted for the completion of any legal form.

How do I remove the name of a deceased owner from a deed?
The Office of Recorder of Deeds receives many inquiries from surviving spouses and other interested parties about removing the name of a deceased owner from a deed. Many factors should be considered prior to removing the name of a deceased owner, including: Trusts, future interests, taxes, etc. Although stationery and office supply companies sell legal forms and reference books, it is highly recommended that an attorney licensed in Missouri be consulted for the completion of any legal form.

Why won't employees of the Office of Recorder of Deeds complete the legal forms for me?
The staff may check the document for the minimum statutory requirements for recording, however, the staff may not verify that the documents fulfills the intentions of the party recording the document.

The staff of the Office of Recorder of Deeds may not provide legal advice.

  • May not provide title searches.
  • May not complete or type deeds.
  • May not provide notary public services.
  • May not supply blank legal forms.
  • May not render a determination on ownership of a property.

How can I obtain an official copy of the deed to my property?
You may obtain an official copy by visiting the Recorder of Deeds office or by mail. To obtain a copy by mail complete the Deed Copy Order Form Adobe Portable Document Format file..

How can I protect my property against property fraud?
You can protect your property by enrolling in the Property Fraud Alert program, which is available to St. Louis County residents free of charge. After you enroll, you will be notified every time a document is recorded that contains your name. Enroll online or by calling 1-800-728-3858.

How do I find out if there is a lien on my property?
The Recorder of Deeds Division maintains records of liens that may be recorded against property. Lien research can be done in person at the Office of the Recorder of Deeds. For address and contact information click here. The Recorder now offers remote access to real estate records. More information see Deed Search Remote Access Solutions.

For contact and office information visit: Recorder of Deeds Division

Marriage Licenses

For contact and office information visit: Recorder of Deeds Division

Do we need a marriage license?
In order to be legally married in the State of Missouri, a marriage license must be obtained prior to the ceremony. The marriage license is valid in any county in Missouri and is valid ONLY in Missouri.

How do we apply for a marriage license?
The bride and groom must appear in person (at the same time) at the Recorders of Deeds Office in Clayton. The marriage license section is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; and from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday.

Marriage License Address: Recorder of Deeds
41 South Central Avenue
Clayton, MO 63105-1799
The marriage license section is located on the fourth floor of the Lawrence K. Roos County Government Building.

Do we need to schedule an appointment to apply for a marriage license?
Service in the Saint Louis County Recorder of Deeds Office is provided on a first come, first served basis. No appointment is necessary and the application process is approximately 15 minutes.

What information is required to apply for a marriage license?
Both parties must be at least 18 years of age. Each applicant must present some form of government issued (federal or state) identification (e.g. valid driver's license, a state identification card, a passport, etc.). Also, each applicant must provide proof of a valid social security number (e.g. social security card or a tax return statement). If an applicant does not have a social security number, a statement must be signed stating that fact. Blood tests are NOT required to apply for a marriage license.

How much does a marriage license cost?
The fee for a marriage license is $48. Payment is accepted in CASH ONLY. The $48.00 cash only fee includes $47.00 for the marriage license and $1.00 for the keepsake certificate. The fee is non-refundable.

For additional price information visit: Recorder of Deeds Price List

How soon may we be married after we apply for a marriage license?
Couples may apply and obtain their Marriage License on the same day. The marriage ceremony must occur within 30 days from the date of issuance of the license or the license is void.

Who can perform the wedding ceremony?
According to the Revised Missouri Statutes, Section 451.100, a marriage is solemnized…"by any clergyman, either active or retired, who is in good standing with any church or synagogue in this state. Marriages may be solemnized, without compensation, by any judge, including a municipal judge. Marriages may also be solemnized by a religious society, religious institution, or religious organization of this state, according to the regulations and customs of the society, institution or organization, when either party to the marriage to be solemnized is a member of such society, institution or organization."

How do we arrange a civil marriage ceremony?
Saint Louis County Circuit Court judges perform civil marriage ceremonies every Wednesday (excluding holidays), starting at approximately 1 p.m. in the Saint Louis County Courts Building (located next to the Lawrence K. Roos County Government Building) 7900 Carondelet Avenue Clayton MO 63105-1766.

Applicants must arrive by noon with the marriage license. Witnesses are optional. For more information see Circuit Court Civil Marriage Ceremonies.

A judge presiding over any municipality may perform a civil marriage ceremony. Municipal judges may be found in the telephone directory blue pages under "city offices" by locating a municipality and finding a phone number for the municipal court. An appointment is required.

How does the bride change her name after the marriage ceremony?
A certified copy of the marriage license can be ordered when applying for the marriage license if the bride plans to change her name. The certified copy can be used at the Missouri Department of Revenue (motor vehicle and driver licensing) offices and most Social Security offices. Please contact the Missouri Department of Revenue or Social Security office for their specific needs.

What is the process to obtain a certified copy of a marriage license?
Saint Louis County marriage license records, from 1877 to the present, are available at the Recorder of Deeds Office. Helpful information includes: full name of the groom, full name of the bride at the time of the marriage ceremony and the approximate date of the marriage ceremony. Requests may be made in-person or by mail. To obtain a copy by mail complete the Marriage License Copy Order Form Adobe Portable Document Format file.. The fee for a photocopy of the marriage license is $2.00, or $9.00 for a certified copy. Please add the cost of postage with the payment or send a self addressed stamped standard size envelope when ordering by mail.

Licensing

What kind of licenses does the Department of Revenue issue?
For entire county:
  • Liquor and Amusement Activity Regulations
  • Tow Truck, Alarm, Auctioneer
  • Smoking Ban Exemptions
For unincorporated areas:
  • Peddler, Commercial & Charitable Solicitors
  • Liquor-by-the-Drink
  • Trailer Courts
  • Utilities Gross Receipts Tax
  • False Alarm Fees

How about business licenses?
No, business licenses are NOT issued the Department of Revenue. The Assessor’s office issues Merchant Licenses, and local business licenses are issued by Municipalities

I need a special event permit, is that issued by the Department of Revenue?
No, special event permits are issued by the Public Works Department: 314/615-5184

Records Requests/Public Information

How can I receive copies of a Department of Revenue public record?
You may request a copy of an existing document by sending an email to Revenueinfo@stlouisco.com or calling 314/615-4271. Standard duplicating charges apply, and will be disclosed to you before you order the document.

Appeals - Board of Equalization

For appeal information visit: Property Value Appeals

How can I appeal the assessed value of my real estate property?

Informal Conferences: The Informal Conferences are held in reassessment years by the Assessor. You do not have to have an Informal Conference before filing an appeal to the Board of Equalization. Informal conferences provide an opportunity for single family residential property owners to review and correct information the Assessor has on their property record. Please see the Assessor’s website for more detailed information.

Board of Equalization (BOE): Board of Equalization (BOE): The deadline for filing an appeal to the BOE is the second Monday in July (July 14, 2014). This date is set by Missouri state law; Saint Louis County has no authority to extend it. You do not have to be present for your hearing; the Board will consider all evidence submitted with your appeal. If you waive attendance of your hearing, you will need to provide documentation to support your opinion of value along with your appeal form. Otherwise please bring your documentation with you to your hearing. If you indicate that you prefer to attend a hearing, the Board will notify you of the date and time scheduled for you. The BOE is located in the Lawrence K. Roos County Government Building, 41 South Central Ave., 2nd floor, Clayton, MO 63105. You can contact the Board at (314) 615-7195 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

State Tax Commission (STC): If you disagree with the decision of the Board of Equalization, you may file an appeal to the State Tax Commission. Appeals must be filed within 30 days of the Board of Equalization’s decision or by September 30, whichever is later. The STC hearings are held in Saint Louis County. For more information about filing an appeal see Missouri State Tax Commission.

Please remember that the economic conditions of January 1 of the reassessment year apply to all appeals.

Can I appeal in a non-reassessment year, too?
Yes, you can file an appeal to the Board of Equalization. However, since reassessment happens every two years, the economic conditions of January 1 of the reassessment year apply to all appeals. That means, even if the real estate market went down after January 1 of the reassessment year, it may not have an impact on the value of your property.

How do I file an appeal?
Appeal forms are generally available in May, and may be obtained online, at the BOE office in Clayton as well as all three Saint Louis County satellite offices. For further information or to download an appeal form, see Property Value Appeals.

File paperless online at http://revenue.stlouisco.com/AssessmentAppeal/OnlineAppeal/OnlineAsmtAppeal.aspx

The deadline for electronically filed appeals is the same as for all other appeals. Appeals submitted electronically after the statutory deadline CANNOT be accepted. Online filers who waive their hearing attendance will be given the opportunity to upload their supporting documents. Those who chose to attend their appeal hearing need to submit their documentation at the hearing. Be prepared to leave your evidence with the BOE after your hearing.

What is the timeline for the 2014 appeal process?
The deadline to appeal is established by Missouri State Statutes, as the second Monday in July (July 14, 2014). Appeal forms are generally available in early May at the BOE office in Clayton and online. In addition, residential and agricultural forms are available at the Saint Louis County satellite offices. Board of Equalization hearings are conducted during July and August. For further information see Property Value Appeals.

How should I prepare for my appeal?
You should bring any evidence that supports your opinion of value. Documents might include a recent appraisal, sale contract, closing statement, photos, estimates for repairs, a statement of construction costs (if recently built), or comparable sales (if recently sold). Information regarding the selling prices of comparable property in your area is available online at the Saint Louis County Government Website at Real Estate Information.

Will my taxes change because of raised or lowered assessments?
If your property value does not change and your tax rates do not change, then your taxes will remain the same. However, if either your property value or your tax rates change, the tax amount will change.

The value of my property went down, but my taxes stayed the same or went up. Why?
The amount of taxes you pay is made up of two components: the assessed value of your property and the tax rates set by your individual taxing authorities, such as school and fire districts. The Assessor is required by law to establish the fair market value of property as of January 1 of the reassessment year, which is every other year in the odd year (such as 2013 and 2015). Taxing authorities set their own rates according to their budgetary needs and voter approval. If property values in their district go down, then taxing authorities may choose to roll up their rates to make up for the loss in value. St. Louis County only sets its own rate (which is about six percent of your total tax amount), and has no control over anyone else's rates.

What is the "Projected Tax Liability Notice"?
It is an estimate of what your property taxes may be.

What is the Missouri Property Tax Credit Claim (aka "Circuit Breaker")?
The Missouri Property Tax Credit Claim (MO-PTC) is a state program that provides a partial refund of your paid real property taxes, or if you are a tenant in a rental property, a partial refund of rent paid. Qualification for the program is based on your age and your income. The application for the MO-PTC is usually filed with the annual income tax return, but may be filed for up to three years from the due date (April 15). Residents of Saint Louis County with 100 percent disability may also qualify. For further information, contact the Missouri Department of Revenue at (573)751-3505 or (314)877-0177. The County Older Residents Program (CORP) can assist with questions or filing for the claim: (314)615-4516. Information is also available at Missouri Property Tax Credit.

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