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BOE Online Appeal Form

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  • 5 Final Notes

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General Questions

Type of Property

** “Fair Market Value” is defined as the amount at which property would change hands between a willing buyer and seller, neither being under any compulsion to buy or sell and both having reasonable knowledge of the relevant facts. (Section 59-2-102[13] U.C.A.). YOU MUST PROVIDE EVIDENCE THAT THE MARKET VALUE ON YOUR NOTICE EXCEEDS “FAIR MARKET VALUE”.
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Basis for Appeal & Required Documentation

I am aware that the effective date for the market value I am appealing is January 1, 2022, and I understand that the evidence that is closest to January 1, 2022, will receive the most weight in considering this appeal. My statement of value for January 1, 2022, shown above is based on one or more of the following:

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*Are you completing this application on behalf of the owner?

Authorization to Represent Owner

*Representation Authorization (Being the record fee owner of the real property referenced by the parcel number(s) above, I authorize the person named on this document, the authority to file an appeal with the Board of Equalization and represent me in matters concerning the valuation and taxation of said property. I further authorize this representative to appear as a witness at any informal or formal hearing of the Board and testify as to the valuation of said property and as to the accuracy of any factual documentation submitted on my behalf.)

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Filing Instructions

Applications – Appeal applications and all supporting facts must be filed or postmarked with the Davis County Tax Administration, who is the Clerk of the Board of Equalization, no later than the date printed on the 2022 Notice of Property Market Valuation. Each property serial number requires a separate application. Evidence and supporting documentation will need to be included with each application at the time of filing. Incomplete applications will be subject to dismissal.

Owner(s) Statement of Fair Market Value – In the space provided, fill in the value that you are asking to be placed on the property for 2022. This statement must be completed or the application will be considered incomplete.

Submit Copy of Notice – A copy of your current “Notice of Valuation and Tax Change” must be included with this application.

Basis for Adjustment – The Davis County Board of Equalization has been established to consider matters related to the valuation (market value) of property for tax purposes. Only the current year’s market value can be appealed. Taxes and issuesother than valuation CAN NOT be considered by the Board of Equalization.

Burden of Proof – Evidence must be submitted to support your claim that the Assessor’s market value on your property is incorrect. All evidence should be submitted with the filing of this appeal and must support the value as of Jan. 1, 2022. If you fail to present such facts, the Board will issue a “Notice of Intent to Dismiss the Appeal” which allows you 10 calendar days to submit the information requested by the Board. If the information is not submitted within the allowed timeframe, your request for Property Valuation Appeal will be dismissed. Qualified

Qualified Real Property– A qualified real property is real property subject to appeal in the current year and 1) was appealed in the previous year and had its value lowered; and 2) was NOT improved (e.g. renovations, additions) in the previous year.

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Additional Instructions & Info

Falsifying Evidence – An appellant or representative found to be misrepresenting, concealing, or falsifying information is subject to a penalty as set forth by law. (UCA 59-2-309(2))

Authorization to Represent Owner – The appellant has the right to be represented by legal counsel or other representatives at any stage of the equalization process. While legal representation and assistance is the option of the appellant, failure to use this assistance is not grounds for complaint at a later stage in the process. This portion of the application must be completed if a representative is appealing the market value of your property on your behalf. A Business representative must include a legal, valid state license number. Failure to obtain timely representation is not grounds for complaint subsequent to the filing deadline.

Payment of Taxes (Please Note Carefully)

  • The Board of Equalization has the discretion to raise as well as lower value based on the facts presented.
  • A Tax Notice will be mailed by October 31, 2022. If you have not received a decision by November 30, 2022, due date,you should pay the tax as originally billed, if not, penalties and interest will be applied as provided by law.
  • If taxes are paid, and the decision of the Board subsequently reduces the value and taxes, a refund will be issued.

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