This is a sample of part 1 of Form 2433, Notice of Seizure. In the first section titled Name and Address of owner, if the seizure is of a safe deposit box, then enter the name and address of the bank or trust company. If the seizure is of personal property being seized from the taxpayer, then enter the name and address of the taxpayer. If the seizure is of personal property from the possessor of the personal property, then enter the name and address of property possessor. If the seizure is real property and is being seized from the taxpayer, then enter the name and address of the taxpayer. If the seizure is of real property being seized from owner of record who is not the taxpayer, then enter the name and address of the owner of record. In the second section, titled Due From Name and Address, enter the name and address of the taxpayer. In the third section, titled Amount due from form 668-B, enter the amount from form 668-B. These amounts should be the same and any difference should be documented in the ICS history. Under description of property in the case of real property being seized, enter a description of the property, refer to IRM 126.96.36.199(4) for guidance on a sufficient description or enter the full legal description. If seizing personal property, refer to IRM 188.8.131.52(5)&(6) for guidance on sufficient description. After entering the description of property, whether it is real or personal, rule out the remaining blank space from side to side in a letter Z fashion. If additional space is needed for the property description, continue the description on additional sheets identified by seizure number and signed by revenue officer. Under property description, answer the question on whether the taxpayer or representative was present at inventory. If neither were present, check the box for unavailable, declined or other. If other is selected, entered a reason why. At the bottom of part one, the revenue officer and assisting employee need to put their signatures and POD addresses along with the date of the seizure.