Is there an official appeal process if I still disagree with my value?

If you are still dissatisfied with the result of your interview, you can file a formal appeal with the Morris County Board of Taxation after January 1st but prior to May 1st. This step is similar to the informal interview. However, your comments will be heard by a Commissioner of the Board of Taxation. You will be given an opportunity to state the reasons you believe your assessment is inaccurate. After reviewing the facts presented, the Board will render a decision as to whether an adjustment is in order.

In the even you are not satisfied with the decision of the Board of Taxation, you have the right to file an appeal with the Tax Court of the State of New Jersey. This must be done within 45 days of your notification. This step in the process is formal, taking place in a courtroom setting before a Tax Court Judge.

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1. What is a Revaluation?
2. Why a Revaluation?
3. What are the benefits of a Revaluation to me as a property tax payer?
4. How are the values established?
5. Why an inspection of properties?
6. What can I expect during a visit by an inspector?
7. How long will an inspection take?
8. Will I be assessed more for my decorating and/or landscaping?
9. What if I am not home?
10. Can I refuse entry to the field inspector?
11. When will your inspectors be in my neighborhood?
12. Can I schedule an appointment in advance?
13. My property has unique conditions which affect its value. What should I do?
14. If the assessed value of my property increases because of the re-valuation, will my taxes automatically increase?
15. Why do some homeowners pay more taxes after a revaluation and some pay less?
16. When will I be notified of my new assessment?
17. What are my neighbors' assessed values?
18. Who can I talk to about my value?
19. When will I find out the results from my informal hearing?
20. Is there an official appeal process if I still disagree with my value?
21. Can I have a copy of my appraisal?
22. What is the difference between assessed value and market value?