Governor Walz Signs Bill Extending Minnesota Property Tax Appeal Deadline To May 30, 2020

Governor Walz Signs Bill Expanding Minnesota Property Tax Appeal Deadline to May 30, 2020

On March 28, 2020, Governor Walz signed Chapter 71 of the 2020 Session Laws. As part of the COVID-19 response efforts, the deadline for appealing property taxes has been extended from April 30 to May 30, only for taxes payable in 2020.1 The Parker Daniels Kibort Minnesota property tax appeal team is tracking developments with respect to the impact of COVID-19 on tax appeals, and how counties around the state are modifying their acceptance of service during this time.

When a property has been assessed at a valuation greater than the actual value, a refund will be issued for the overpaid taxes, with interest, as a result of the successful appeal. Parker Daniels Kibort represents commercial property owners in Minnesota property tax appeals including for industrial, distribution, multi-family, banks, hotels, malls and other retail properties. Parker Daniels Kibort has filed and handled hundreds of property tax appeals for its clients consistently achieving Winning Results.

If you believe the assessment of your property is higher than the actual value, contact the Minnesota property tax appeal attorneys at Parker Daniels Kibort at 612-355-4100.

1. Chapter 71, Section 18, states: “Notwithstanding Minnesota Statutes, section 278.01, subdivision 1, paragraph (c), or any other law to the contrary, for property taxes payable in 2020 only, a petitioner filing a real or personal property tax petition under Minnesota Statutes, section 278.01, shall have until May 30, 2020, to file copies of the petition, with proof of service, in the office of the court administrator of the district court.”