THE NEW 90-DAY DEADLINE: FORCING APPRAISAL DISTRICTS AND APPRAISAL REVIEW BOARDS TO DO THEIR JOBS

Brusniak Turner Fine Updates 8/19/2022

Posted by John Brusniak | Aug 19, 2022 | 0 Comments

NEW JERSEY

New Jersey Court Restores Taxpayer's Assessment Appeal Rights
Bloomberg Tax
The city of Brigantine, N.J. improperly denied a business taxpayer's property assessment appeal because the assessor failed to give proper notice regarding the business's appeal rights, the Tax Court of New Jersey ruled.


PENNSYLVANIA

Northampton County Council votes against Dixie Cup property tax break
wfmz.com
Council members have been unhappy from the start with how the request for a tax break was presented to them. In May, New Jersey-based developer Nick Tsapatsaris surprised a council committee with his plan to buy the old paper-cup factory and convert it into a "last-mile logistics facility," or warehouse.


TEXAS

Appraisal District censures member
Colorado County Citizen
The Colorado County Appraisal District Board voted in favor of a censure, as well as a vote of no confidence, of Board Member James Prichard during a meeting August 9 .This action is a response to Prichard's statements and behaviors regarding matters involving the previous Chief Appraiser Robert Maes, who resigned...


WYOMING

Keating ousted by Saulsbury in controversial assessor race
trib.com
Natrona County Assessor Matt Keating lost his bid for a second term Tuesday, as former interim assessor Tammy Saulsbury swept the vote with 52%. Keating earned 25% of around 19,000 votes cast in Tuesday's primary election, and challenger Tim Haid earned 22.5%.

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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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