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It is also important to remember that because the tax bill is generated by your registration, if you did not return your plates to the DMV, you will be continued to be taxed until you do so, or until the plates expire due to non-renewal.
The Assessor’s role in this process is to verify that all the data on file is correct. For example, if the field card states that you have two full baths and you only have a bath and a half, then the Assessor will correct that information and your assessment would see a decrease. If all the information is correct, the Assessor may deny your appeal and give you the opportunity to appear before the Board of Assessment Review to state why you still believe that the assessment is still incorrect. You will be given the opportunity to state your case before the board. You will be given a finite amount of time to provide the Board with evidence which support your claims and to answer any questions that the board members may have. The Board will deliberate and you will be notified of their decision by mail.If you are still aggrieved after receiving the Board's decision, you may file inSuperior Court.