What does the Appellate Tax Board do?
The Appellate Tax Board's (ATB) function is to hear evidence as to whether or not the property at issue is appraised at its fair value. The ATB cannot change your assessed value for any other reason, such as inability to pay.

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1. What is an abatement?
2. What are the reasons for filing an abatement?
3. When can I file for an abatement?
4. What is the process after I file an abatement?
5. What happens when the abatement application is approved?
6. Can I appeal the decision if my abatement application is denied?
7. What does the Appellate Tax Board do?
8. How do I prove my case before the ATB?