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Local taxes are fixed by the county and municipal governments, school districts and fire districts. The amount paid by each property owner is based on the assessed value of the particular residential or commercial property. That value is initially established by the municipal tax assessor.
If the property owner believes that the assessed value is in error, it can be appealed to the county tax board, provided that the property owner can provide sufficient proof to support the appeal. The appeals process requires a hearing with testimony. Our attorneys are experienced in evaluating whether an appeal is appropriate and in working with our clients to present the evidence, including expert appraisal witnesses at the hearing.
Don’t let your rights be jeopardized.