tax assessor

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an official who evaluates property for the purpose of taxing it

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Scheid, who is president and regional tax assessor for RRG, said other companies are offering revaluation services to communities, but RRG is the only business in the state handling both revaluation and administrative functions, he said, maintaining a daily relationship with client communities.
Trump said corrupt tax assessors raised taxes at Trump World Tower, a 72-storey building near the United Nations, in order to cover up their scheme to lower taxes for certain landlords.
Tax Assessor of Los Angeles County, a case dealing with the constitutionality of California's real property acquisition value taxation system established by Proposition 13.
A homeowner who sees his property tax double will scream bloody murder at his druggist, who happens to moonlight as a local tax assessor, and if he doesn't see tangible improvements in exchange for his tax money-more streetlights and better paving, with more cops and better teachers much in evidence-he will buy his aspirin elsewhere, and otherwise get even.
The owners of an affordable housing development (the Muses) contested the tax assessor's valuations of the development's properties, claiming that the assessor improperly calculated the value by including tax credits as income in the income approach.
The year of construction for individual residences was extracted by land parcel (property) from the Jefferson County property valuation (tax assessor) database and merged with corresponding home addresses in the birth registry and the lead-screening registry.
They argued that the tax assessor improperly considered Walgreens' triple-net lease, which was above-market value.
The tax assessment scam has been uncovered last year when it became known that Albert Schussler, a tax consultant to some of the city's most affluent landlords and a former tax assessor, has been bribing former colleagues to reduce the taxes on his clients' buildings.
State Tax Assessor,(4) Which required apportionment, factor representation in a unitary context.
In March 2002, the tax assessor scandal was the highlight at a hearing conducted by State Assemblyman Scott Stringer (D-Manhattan) in the Bar Building at which Stephen Spinola, president of the Real Estate Board of New York, testified along with several city officials.
* The tax assessor is directly accountable to the taxpayers for all acts required by law including adherence to technical and ethical standards by those to whom authority is delegated.
Now may be the time to take on your tax assessor. As a result of the federal deficit, more of the costs associated with public services and with maintaining and developing the infrastructure will have to be assumed by states, counties, and municipalities.