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Brusniak Turner Fine Updates 4/24/2020

Posted by John Brusniak | Apr 24, 2020 | 0 Comments


What's the Status of Property Assessments in the US?
Mansion Global
Assessors offices around the country are closed because of shelter-in-place mandates, with employees working remotely. Some are delaying payment ...


County to move forward with property revaluation, first in nearly 30 years
Main Street Newspapers
Rogers said a revaluation would help the county recoup some of that lost revenue, improve the efficiency of the tax assessor's office and provide for a ...


Cook County Assessor's Office Announces Changes to Assessments and Appeals Due to COVID-19
Lawndale News
The Cook County Assessor's Office announced updated information about its plans to reassess the southern and western suburbs of Cook County and ...


Nashua assessor and former chief assessor reprimanded for ethical violations
The Union Leader
The NHAAO Ethics Committee recently found that Jon Duhamel, the former chief assessor in Nashua, violated a code of ethics when he “refused to ...


Property tax relief: Shelby Co. Assessor seeks permission to act as housing market tumbles
The Commercial Appeal
Until then, Javier Bailey, the chief administrator for the Assessor's office, said people will be charged property taxes calculated in part by market ...


Economic hit to Texas by the coronavirus has San Antonio area school districts bracing for budget ...
San Antonio Express-News
... instead of up, the state is supposed to supplement the losses, said Michael Amezquita, the Bexar County Central Appraisal District's chief appraiser.

Williamson County home appraisals reflect pre-coronavirus growth
Austin American-Statesman
Willliamson Chief Appraiser Alvin Lankford said a continuing population boom in Central Texas has contributed to that increase. State law mandates ...

Coronavirus In Texas: Protesting Property Tax Appraisals During Outbreak Could Be More ...
CBS Dallas / Fort Worth
“TAD needs the public's help,” said a prepared release, sent late Tuesday by Chief Appraiser Jeff Law. Because appraisal districts are required to ...

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John Brusniak

John Brusniak, Jr. is the dean of Texas property tax litigation.  He was licensed to practice law in 1976,   His early career involved general litigation and appellate work in both the federal and state courts until he was handed his first property tax matter.  It arose prior to the implementatio...


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