If you disagree with your assessed values, you can appeal the assessment to the Board of Revisions by filling out the appeal form by the due date. The due date is 30 days after the mailing of the assessment notices or the date published in the paper.
You can appeal against one of the following:
- Assessment valuation (value of the land, value of the improvements (buildings), or both
- Assessment classification (land classification, or improvement classification, or both classifications)
- Errors in the content or preparation of the assessment roll
- Errors in the content or preparation of the assessment notice
With an appeal, the Board of Revision is only concerned with whether or not the value of your property was determined correctly, fairly, and in accordance with the procedures, formulas, rules and principles as found in the Saskatchewan Assessment Manual.
Learn more about the property assessment appeal process in the Assessment Appeal Guide for Saskatchewan Residents.
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