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A link to each of the four forms the Comptroller provides in connection with filing a petition to protest the findings of the Property Value Study are located within the four bullets below. The first two bullets — one to the three-page set of instructions and the other to the Part A petition form — each contain a link to forms which are in PDF format. The second two bullets — to the Part B Schedule and the Part C Evidence Cover Sheet — each contain a link to forms which are in Microsoft Word.
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Appraisal districts can answer questions about property values, exemptions, agricultural appraisal, and protests to the appraisal review board.
Taxing units can answer questions about tax rates and tax bills.
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