Appeal Process

Taxpayer has right to appeal assessment.

1) Form 11 Notice (must file appeal within forty-five (45) days);

2) Form 113 Notice (must file appeal within forty-five (45) days);

3) Or, if notice is not given, not later than the later of: date of the tax bill (must file appeal within forty-five (45) days); or May 10 of the year.

IC 6-1.1-15-1(a)-(d)

Taxpayer files a property tax appeal with assessing official.

With the assessing official, the taxpayer files an appeal containing the taxpayer's name, address and parcel/key number of the property, and taxpayer's address and telephone number.

(Form 130 may be used but is not required.)

Filing of the appeal:

1) initiates a review; and

2) constitutes a request by the taxpayer for a preliminary informal meeting with the assessing official.

IC 6-1.1-15-1(f)-(g)

Assessing official must forward appeal to PTABOA1 and attempt to hold the preliminary informal meeting with the taxpayer to resolve as many issues as possible. Not later than ten (10) days after the meeting, the assessing official must forward results of the preliminary meeting to Auditor and PTABOA using Form 134.

IC 6-1.1-15-1(h)-(i)

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