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Real Estate Law - Tax Law

Real Estate and Personal Property Tax Law

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   Information for Pro Se Parties: Presenting Property Tax Appeals to the Minnesota Tax Court (Minnesota Tax Court)
"For taxpayers who choose to proceed without an attorney we are providing information for property tax appeals and appeals to an Order of the Commissioner of Revenue."

"You have appealed your Minnesota property tax assessment. You now have an opportunity to tell a Minnesota Tax Court judge why you believe the county assessor erred in determining the value or classification of your property."

   Minnesota Property Tax (Minnesota Department of Revenue)
   Minnesota Property Tax System (Association of Minnesota Counties)
"A guide to who-does-what in the Minnesota Property Tax System. Includes steps in contesting your property's valuation if you think it is over-assessed, property tax classification rates, and a glossary of property tax terms."
   Wex: Property Tax (Legal Information Institute)
   In the Matter of: Special Assessments Adopted by the City of Paynesville, for Improvements to First Street Notice of Appeal of John and Kathy Frandson. C7-98-709, Court of Appeals Unpublished, January 19, 1999. by Minnesota Court of Appeals, Peterson, J. (January 19, 1999) (Minnesota State Law Library)
"Appellants ... challenge the district court's order and judgment affirming a special assessment made against their property by respondent City of Paynesville and a subsequent order awarding the city costs and disbursements. We dismiss the appeal from the order and judgment affirming the special assessment and reverse in part the order granting costs and disbursements."
   Appealing the Value or Classification of Your Property (July 14, 2004) (Minnesota Department of Revenue)

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