Pennsylvania Panel Approves Appeal for District Sales Tax Assessment



Law360 (July 8, 2021, 7:56 p.m. EDT) – A Pennsylvania school district’s method of selecting properties for tax assessment calls when recent sales data indicates they have been dumped by more than $ 150,000 goes through the constitutions of the United States and Pennsylvania, a state appeals court ruled Thursday.

In a previous opinion, the Commonwealth Court rejected arguments by GM Berkshire Hills LLC and GM Oberlin Berkshire Hills LLC that the Wilson School District’s use of recent sale prices to determine which valuations to challenge violated the protection clause. equal to the US Constitution and the Uniformity Clause of the Pennsylvania Constitution. .

Berkshire Properties, which consists of 47 residential buildings, claimed that basing the appeals on …

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