A development company seeking a significant reduction in Lake County tax assessments failed to offer sufficient evidence to support a reduction, the Indiana Tax Court has affirmed.
Web Exclusive: Women appellate judges widen the road for future judiciary
Indiana’s women appellate judges gathered for a celebration at an Indiana State Bar Association event last month to reflect on the history and significance of the 19th Amendment’s 100th anniversary.Read More
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Extra hours away from the outside world because of stay-at-home orders offered Indiana’s judges and attorneys at least one positive thing during the coronavirus-pandemic – time. Whether spending time with family or using quiet moments of solitude to revive rusty creative skills, many legal professionals are finding the joy and peace of everyday tasks in the midst of uncertain times.Read More
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The Indiana Supreme Court has made alternations to the requirements for filing appeals of final determinations in certain tax disputes, among other changes.
The Indiana Supreme Court is seeking public comment on proposed rule changes to the Indiana Rules of Court.
A Hendricks County convenience store has won its appeal for a lower real property assessment after the Indiana Tax Court struck down an underlying appraisal and market adjustment.
The Indiana Tax Court has dismissed an appeal from an Indianapolis law office that was ordered to pay an outstanding liability after it mislabeled withholding tax returns in 2021, finding the court lacked jurisdiction in the case.
The Indiana Tax Court has affirmed a ruling on the assessment of a Porter County couples’ property, finding that their attempts to secure additional retroactive relief would provide them with an “end run” around the established rules of procedure for challenging the correctness of assessments.
The Indiana Tax Court has reversed for a Columbus car dealership after finding that three appeals it filed regarding errors in the assessments of its property between 2016 and 2018 presented questions about the objective application of an already-determined base rate prescribed by a land order.
Finding a math error is objective rather than subjective, the Indiana Tax Court has revived the appeal of a property owner who argued the Bartholomew County assessor calculated his property tax assessment using the wrong base rate.
A green space in an Indianapolis residential subdivision should have received a common area property tax exemption for the 2016 and 2017 tax years, the Indiana Tax Court has affirmed.
A man who failed to appear at two telephonic hearings for the appeal of his racetrack’s 2020 property tax assessment did not convince the Indiana Tax Court that a final determination against him should be overturned.
A seven-story, mixed-use development that makes up a large chunk of Indianapolis’ Massachusetts Avenue can keep its charitable exemption for the 2010 tax year despite opposition from the Marion County assessor, the Indiana Tax Court has ruled.
An American multinational ingredient provider that ran into trouble with the Indiana Board of Tax Review has secured a reversal from the Indiana Tax Court for its personal property taxes for the 2012 and 2013 tax years. However, it wasn’t as successful in its request for a refund after finding it overpaid for the 2011 tax year.
An Indianapolis homeowner’s carriage house and detached garage are eligible for the standard homestead deduction and a 1% property tax cap, the Indiana Tax Court ruled in a Wednesday reversal, despite the Indiana Board of Tax Review’s decision to the contrary.
The Indiana Supreme Court has reverted the numbers of days state courts may utilize senior judges back to pre-pandemic levels, but jurisdictions are allowed to seek additional days to help with case backlogs.
Neither an assessor nor a longtime northern Indiana shopping mall met their burdens of proof in an appeal contesting tax assessments of the mall’s property for 2015 and 2016, the Indiana Tax Court concluded, ordering for the assessments to revert back to their 2010 value.