Time For Superior Court Revaluation Appeals Is Running Out


Most boards of assessment appeals have mailed notices of their decisions, or are about to do so, to property owners who challenged their October 1, 2012 revaluation assessments this past winter.

Should the results of your board case be unsatisfactory and you wish to consider filing a Superior Court appeal, keep in mind that court action must be commenced within two months from the mailing date of the Board’s notice.  No extensions can be obtained.  An action not commenced in a timely fashion will likely result in a dismissal.

In order to avoid burdening the courts and incurring unnecessary expenses, careful attention should be given to the merits of any case before it is filed

Any member of the Pullman & Comley Property Valuation Department can respond to questions about viability of a 2012 revaluation Superior Court appeal.

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Topics:  Property Tax, Statute of Limitations, Tax Assessment

Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Commercial Real Estate Updates, Residential Real Estate Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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