Can You Sue a Board of Equalization in Virginia?


J&D Partnership v. Board of Equalization

Loudoun County Circuit Court, Civil Action No. 58503

In 2008, as the real estate market stagnated, the Loudoun County Board of Equalization (BOE) received a huge spike in assessment appeals, far more than in the past. This was especially true with appeals of assessments for commercial properties, which are typically much more complex than residential ones. On many occasions, some thinly-supported appeals had been withdrawn after a large amount of staff and BOE time had been spent in analysis.

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