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Technically, if the owner meets all the requirements for the classification that is being applied for, there is a chance that they can be tax-exempt on their property. The most commonly seen individually owned properties that are tax-exempt are properties used for burial sites, historical properties, and brownfield exclusions.
No, properties are not given the exemption solely based on who owns the parcel. An application must be submitted to receive tax exemption for the purpose of explaining the use of the land and/or improvements requesting exemption.