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Taxpayers’ Rights After Property is Revalued by a Municipality

State law in Connecticut now mandates that Towns and Cities conduct “revaluations” of both commercial and residential real property within its borders every five years.  A “revaluation” of property is conducted under the supervision of the municipality’s Assessor but the work is often conducted by appraisal firms hired by the town or city. more...

The Path to Special Taxing Districts Begins on Private Roads

Those who live on private roads in Connecticut can take steps to reduce controversies which arise when money is needed for road maintenance or improvement and to assure that each property owner pays a fair and equitable portion of the cost. more...

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