2017 Tax Protest Form
(1) Mississippi Code 1972, Annotated, section 27-35-97, provides the following: "The Board of Supervisors may require any person, firm, corporation, or bank to bring their books before them while sitting as an Equalization Board or when hearing objections or complaints, or when sitting to carry out orders of the Tax Commission, and such other papers as will fully inform them as to the true value of the property to be assessed. Any person or concern failing to or refusing to comply with such demands shall be precluded from objecting to any such assessment."
(2) You shall bring to the hearing before the Board:
• Books and records, including any construction contracts; construction cost, gross income and expenses for the past 3 years;
• Any recent appraisal of the property;
• Any loan or mortgages on the property including the promissory note secured thereby;
• Current insurance policies in effect on the property including the amount you have the property insured for; any purchase agreements or contracts; any deeds on the property; current photos of the property and any improvements thereon;
• Any other papers as will fully inform the Board as to the true value of the property to be assessed.
WARNING: Any person or concern failing to or refusing to comply with such demands shall be precluded from objecting to any
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