Time Frames To File A Petition To Your Value Adjustment Board

Published On: April 3, 2018|Categories: How-To, Pasco County, Pinellas County, Taxes|Tags: , |

If you’re interested in filing a petition to the county’s Value Adjustment Board, make sure you’re aware of pertinent deadlines. If you miss your filing deadline, you’ll need to contact the county clerk for late filing. Make sure the petition is filled out completely. The clerk will send a copy of your petition to the property appraiser. Find the petition form and other forms for the Value Adjustment Board on this website or from the county clerk or appraiser.

Time Frames To File Your Petition To Value Adjustment Board

For assessment appeals, file your petition within 25 days after the property appraiser mails your Notice of Proposed Property Taxes (TRIM notice). For a classification appeal or an exemption, file your petition within 30 days after the property appraiser send you a denial notice. Incidentally, the appraiser must send any denial notice by July 1. For a tax deferral appeal, file a petition to the Value Adjustment Board within 30 days from when the tax collector sends your denial notice. For a portability appeal, file your petition within 25 days from when the appraiser mails you your TRIM notice. File your petition within 25 days after the appraiser mails your TRIM notice for any change of ownership or control appeals.

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