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I disagree with the assessed value for my property, what should I do? Or, I appealed my assessed value, what happens next?

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I disagree with the assessed value for my property, what should I do? Or, I appealed my assessed value, what happens next?

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     You may find information about the assessment appeal process on our website, or on the MPAC website at www.mpac.ca.  The deadline to apply for a Request for Reconsideration (RfR) (or assessment appeal) with MPAC for the 2011 taxation year was March 31, 2011.

    If you did file a RfR with MPAC and you are awaiting the decision on your assessment appeal, MPAC will review your request and notify you of the results in writing. If adjustments to your assessed value are approved, MPAC will also notify the City and your property taxes will be adjusted accordingly.

    If, after MPAC notifies you of its decision, you still disagree with the assessed value, you have 90 days to file an appeal with the Assessment Review Board (ARB).

    If you filed an appeal with the ARB and are awaiting the outcome of their decision, information is available by calling the ARB at 1-800-263-3237 or 416-314-6900 or visiting www.arb.gov.on.ca

    If other information on your Notice of Assessment is inaccurate, such as the assessed owner, location or property description, etc. you may contact MPAC at 
    1-866-296-6722 (toll free) to verify details about your property.

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