Pa. Panel agrees with the district's enchantment to tax evaluation

Law360 (July 8, 2021, 7:56 p.m. EDT) – A Pennsylvania school district's method of selecting homes for tax bills when recent sales data suggests it has been undervalued by more than $ 150,000, as per the constitution The United States and Pennsylvania, a state, were undervalued the appeals court ruled on Thursday.

In a precedent ruling, the Commonwealth Court dismissed arguments by GM Berkshire Hills LLC and GM Oberlin Berkshire Hills LLC alleging that the Wilson School District's use of recent sales prices to determine the assessments to be challenged against the United States Constitution's equality clause and the Pennsylvania Constitution's unity clause violate.

The Berkshire properties, which are comprised of 47 residential buildings, claimed appeals to …

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