July 3, 2014 2:39 pm

PDAP recovery centre opening up in Melville on Friday

A flooded property in Hubbard, SK, northwest of Melville.

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REGINA – The Provincial Disaster Assistance Program (PDAP) recovery centre will open up on July 4th in Melville.

Here is what you need to know to assist you go through the process.

What should I bring to the Recovery Centre?

You will need to bring copies of the following documents in order to complete your PDAP application:

PRINCIPAL RESIDENCE CLAIMS

  • Driver’s license (or other government-issued ID if you do not have a driver’s license)
  • Insurance denial letter (containing date of loss, damaged location)
  • Property tax assessment (for homeowners) or rental agreement (for renters)

AGRICULTURAL CLAIMS

  •  Insurance denial letter (containing date of loss, damaged location)
  • Property tax assessment
  • 2013 T1 General Tax return showing gross farming income (page 1 and 2 only) and T2042 – Statement of Farming Activities, and the Canada Revenue Agency Notice of Assessment
  • A copy of the lease agreement (if the land is leased)

SMALL BUSINESS CLAIMS

  • Insurance denial letter (containing date of loss, damaged location, mention if insurance is available for purchase from insurance company)
  • 2013 T1 General Tax return showing gross business income, T2125 Statement of Business or Professional Activities, and the Canada Revenue Agency Notice of Assessment
  • A copy of the lease agreement (if the small business is a rental property)

Don’t forget to take pictures of damages to your property.  Your PDAP-assigned engineer and/or adjuster will need these photos at subsequent steps of your application process.

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