FurtherÂ Property TaxÂ Appeal Rights
A decision by an appeals board is final â€” that is, an appeals board may not rehearÂ or reconsider any application.
If you wish to appeal the appeal boardâ€™s decision, you must file a claim for refundÂ with the board of supervisors (see note below for exception). If the board ofÂ supervisors denies your claim, you may then file an action in superior court. YouÂ must file within six months of the date your claim for refund was denied by theÂ board of supervisors.
Note: Do not file a claim for refund with the board of supervisors if you madeÂ your appeal application a claim for refund. Your nextÂ step is to file an action with the superior court.
If you file an action in superior court, you will need the â€œWritten Findings of Factsâ€Â and a copy of the hearing transcript as evidence for the court toÂ consider.
Do you have FurtherÂ Property TaxÂ Appeal Rights?
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