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2010AP2005 Suchla, et al. v. Board of Review Town of Burnside

Tax
Property assessments; presumption of reasonableness

The Town of Burnside Board of Review appeals a circuit court order remanding disputed property valuations to the board. The board contends that its valuations must be upheld because: (1) the property owners have not overcome the presumption that the town assessor correctly valued the properties; and (2) even if the property owners have overcome the presumption of correctness, the valuations must be upheld because credible evidence in the record supports the board’s decision. We conclude that the property owners did not overcome the presumption that the assessor properly valued the properties, and reverse. This opinion will not be published.

2010AP2005 Suchla, et al. v. Board of Review Town of Burnside

Dist III, Trempealeau County, Damon, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys: For Appellant: Thiel, William G., Eau Claire; For Respondent: Schaumberg, Richard A., Osseo

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