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Feb 2011
February 20, 2011

One Court of Justice: Tax Tribunal has Broad Authority

By Sarah Lindsey:  In President Inn Properties LLC v City of Grand Rapids, the Court of Appeals held that the Tax Tribunal was permitted to (1) revisit the credibility of the petitioner's appraiser and the weight assigned to his appraisals; (2) select a valuation theory other than the income-capitalization method for income producing property; and (3) adopt the existing valuations of property on the assessment rolls so long as there was competent and substantial evidence in the record supporting the tribunal's determination.

Read more of this entry on the One Court of Justice blog here.

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