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These resources – like the public health crisis itself – are constantly evolving and are only current as to the date of publication. This page was last updated on June 22, 2020.

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Description of Program and Relief

Extension of Certain Tax Appeals and Property Assessment Deadlines

Governor Whitmer has signed an Executive Order that provides an extended opportunity for individuals to dispute the assessed value of their property and extends the deadline for filing petitions to appeal assessment determinations as to commercial and industrial property.

Government or Lead Agency

Governor of Michigan

Dates Available

Boards of review meeting in July will also meet to hear assessment protests for individuals who were not able to file protests in March. Additionally, the May 31 deadline for assessment disputes as to property classified as commercial real property, industrial real property, developmental real property, commercial personal property, industrial personal property, or utility personal property is extended to July 31. The Executive Order does not change or otherwise affect the July 31 deadline for assessment disputes as to property classified as agricultural real property, residential real property, timber-cutover real property or agricultural personal property.

Eligibility Requirements/Restrictions

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Application Deadlines (If Applicable)

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Contact for More Information

Phone Number: (517) 373-3400

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