Webinar May 4: Latest on Local Tax Assessment Appeals after the 2011 Virginia General Assembly

By: Andrew McRoberts, Editor. This was posted Friday, April 8th, 2011

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Virginia Local Tax Assessment Appeals: State of the Law 2011

Register for this event

May 4, 2011
Noon – 2:00 p.m.

Presented by the Virginia Local Government Team of attorneys at Sands Anderson PC.

Faculty:

Mark Flynn, Director of Legal Services, Virginia Municipal League

Andrew R. McRoberts, Local Government Attorney, Sands Anderson PC

FREE SESSION
Webinar – FREE registration required

This session is designed and intended for County, City and Town Attorneys, Commissioners of the Revenue, Boards of Equalization, and their legal, finance and administrative staff who hear, defend or deal with assessment appeals on behalf of local government.

You’ll learn

  • Statutory basis for assessments and appeals
  • Case law precedents, such as “West Creek Associates v. County of Goochland”
  • Basis for General Assembly action in 2011 which will make significant changes in erroneous assessment appeals
  • What did the General Assembly do to assessment appeals?
  • Required changes as a result of the General Assembly’s action
  • Best practices and recommendations

You can join the Webinar conveniently over your office PC, or you may certainly sign up and show it with other staff in your conference room. Virginia CLE credits will be applied for.

 Register here:

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