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Oregon Free Printable  for 2024 Oregon Publication: How to Appeal Your Property Tax Valuation

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Publication: How to Appeal Your Property Tax Valuation
Property Tax Appeal Instructions

Attach $281 Fee IN THE OREGON TAX COURT MAGISTRATE DIVISION Property Tax , ) , ) Name(s) ) Plaintiff(s), ) versus ) COUNTY ASSESSOR, ) ) AND/OR ) ) DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE, ) Case No. State of Oregon, ) Defendant(s). ) COMPLAINT (for court use only) SECTION 1. Tax year(s) appealed: . Plaintiff owned/leased property identified by the assessor as account number(s) the property is: Residential Omitted Commercial Industrial Forest Farm Exempt Personal Other: SECTION 2. Plaintiff appeals from an order, letter, notice, or other governmental action. * You Must Attach a Copy of the Order, Letter, Notice, or Other Document Being Appealed.* SECTION 3. Such order, letter, or notice is in error because . SECTION 4. Plaintiff requests the following real market value: $ ______________ or other relief: . Plaintiff’s Name Attorney’s Name* Additional Plaintiff’s Name Oregon Bar Number Mailing Address The court uses the attorney contact information provided to the Oregon State Bar. Hearing notices will be sent electronically. City, State, Zip Phone Number (Cell? Yes No ) Direct Telephone Number  Notify me of proceedings electronically. I understand that if I am ever a party to a case in another Oregon court, I may receive electronic notices from that court as well. My email address is: Email Address Plaintiff’s Signature Date Signed Additional Plaintiff’s Signature Date Signed Attorney’s Signature Date * If your representative is not an Oregon lawyer, an Authorization to Represent must be completed and submitted with this Complaint. An authorization form is available upon request or here: https://www.courts.oregon.gov/forms/Documents/T AX-AuthToRepresent.pdf Rev. 6/21 How to File a Property Tax Appeal with the Magistrate Division (1) Fill out all sections of the Complaint form; AND (2) Sign the Complaint (all named plaintiffs must sign the Complaint); AND (3) Date the Complaint; AND (4) Attach to the Complaint a copy of the order or notice you are appealing; AND (5) Submit a fee of $281* (make check payable to the “State of Oregon”); AND (6) If mailing or filing in person at the court, make three copies of the Complaint and attachments. Mail the original Complaint and attachments plus two complete copies to the court. Keep one complete copy for yourself. (7) A complaint is “filed,” on the date that it is deposited with USPS or private express carrier. See ORS 305.418. Plaintiff must prove the date of mailing or dispatch by “satisfactory evidence.” For more information see Tax Court Rule – Magistrate Division 1 A(4). The court’s mailing address is: Oregon Tax Court Magistrate Division 1163 State Street Salem, Oregon 97301-2563 (503) 986-5650 or toll free: 1-800-773-1162 The court is located at: 1241 State Street, Third Floor (3R), Salem, Oregon * The Oregon Legislature may modify fees between publications of this form. The Oregon Tax Court website lists the current fee. A form to show proof of inability to pay the fee and request waiver of the fee is available upon request or on the court website at http://courts.oregon.gov/courts/tax Instructions for Completing the Complaint Form HEADING. Fill in the name of the plaintiff or plaintiffs (the taxpayer). In most cases, the defendant is the county assessor where the property is located. Print the name of the county. If this is an industrial property appeal, the Department of Revenue, the county assessor, or both, may be named as defendant(s), depending on who conducted the appraisal. ORS 305.403(3). In some cases, the Department of Revenue may be the only defendant. ORS 305.275. SECTION 1. Insert the year or years you are appealing and the property account number or numbers (from your tax statement). Circle the appropriate type of property. SECTION 2. Describe what action you are appealing. * You Must Attach a copy of the order, letter, notice, or other document being appealed. * SECTION 3. Explain why you think the assessor or Department of Revenue is wrong. (If more space is needed, attach additional pages.) SECTION 4. State what you want the court to do. If you want the court to reduce the real market value of your property, you must state the requested real market value as of the assessment date(s). MEDIATION: In all cases, either party may request mediation. Mediation is court-facilitated negotiation. The purpose is to help the parties obtain a clearer understanding of the merits of each position and help them reach a mutually acceptable agreement. A party may request mediation at any time. Rev. 12/20
Extracted from PDF file 2020-oregon-property-tax-appeal-instructions.pdf, last modified June 2021

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Oregon usually releases forms for the current tax year between January and April. We last updated Oregon Property Tax Appeal Instructions from the Department of Revenue in August 2021.

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Historical Past-Year Versions of Oregon Property Tax Appeal Instructions

We have a total of three past-year versions of Property Tax Appeal Instructions in the TaxFormFinder archives, including for the previous tax year. Download past year versions of this tax form as PDFs here:


2019 Property Tax Appeal Instructions

Board of Property Tax Appeals Real Property Petition, 150-310-063

2018 Property Tax Appeal Instructions

How to Appeal Your Property Value, 105-303-688


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