taxesProperty Tax Assistance

Arbitrators by County of Residence

This list is used by the Comptroller's office for assigning arbitrators to arbitration cases received and accepted by the Comptroller's office on or after Sept. 1, 2017. This list is sorted by county of residence and include the counties in which the arbitrator is ineligible to hear cases, if any. If a county is not listed below, no arbitrators are listed in the Comptroller's registry that reside in that county.

Tax Code Section 41A.07 allows for a property owner to request that their arbitration case first be assigned to an arbitrator who resides within the county or outside the county where the arbitration request was filed. In appointing an initial arbitrator, the Comptroller shall comply with the request of the property owner unless the property owner requests that the Comptroller appoint an arbitrator who resides in the county in which the property is located and there is not an available arbitrator who resides in that county. For subsequent appointments, the Comptroller is not required to comply with the request of the property owner. This does not authorize a property owner to request the appointment of a specific individual as an arbitrator.