Posts Tagged ‘Quasi-judicial decisions’

Board of Equalization & Review Procedures

Monday, August 11th, 2014

[UPDATE:  This post was edited in late August 2014 to reflect the General Assembly’s ratification of S734, which among other actions permits non-attorneys to represent business entities before the Property Tax Commission.] The county board of equalization and review, often called “the board of E&R,” is the first stop for a taxpayer who cannot resolve a dispute with […]

Requirements for Quasi-Judicial Decision Documents

Tuesday, July 8th, 2014

The town council has just voted to approve a highly controversial special use permit for a new apartment complex. Getting to this point was a long process – two lengthy hearings and a third night of debate and deliberation by the council. There was much discussion about the traffic impacts, whether the evidence showed whether […]