Libman Law LLP can appeal your property assessment as received from the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation.  Whereas the value of your property assessment directly affects how much you pay in property taxes, getting a proper assessment can help to reduce your property tax bill.

The Municipal Property Assessment Corporation ("MPAC") independently, and without bias in favour of the property owner or municipality, assesses your property and your municipality calculates your property tax based on that assessment.  The mandate of MPAC is to ensure that the property is assessed at the correct value and most of the time the assessments are correct.  However, occasionally, the MPAC assessment is wrong; and accordingly, an incorrect assessment can result in an excessive tax bill.

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Residential Property

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Commercial Property

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Agricultural Property

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Libman Law LLP helps to ensure that your assessment is correct.  Libman Law LLP can file a Request for Reconsideration ("RFR") and/or an appeal on your behalf.  The RFR is an internal review of your assessment by MPAC and if you are unhappy with the RFR result, then next step is an appeal filed with the Assessment Review Board.

The Assessment Review Board ("ARB") is an independent adjudicative tribunal established under the Assessment ActR.S.O. 1990, c. A.31, with a mandate to hear appeals about property assessment and classification.  The ARB receives appeals on property assessments and property taxes.  Hearings are scheduled across the province, usually within the municipality where the property of concern is located.  At the hearing, all parties have the opportunity to present evidence and make arguments.  The ARB hears these appeals and makes decisions based upon the applicable law and the evidence presented at the hearing.

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