Texas Tax Code - Section 23.85. Action On Application
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§ 23.85. ACTION ON APPLICATION. (a) The chief appraiser
shall determine individually each claimant's right to appraisal
under this subchapter. After considering the application and all
relevant information, the chief appraiser shall, as the law and
(1) approve the application and allow appraisal under
(2) disapprove the application and request additional
information from the claimant in support of the claim; or
(3) deny the application.
(b) If the chief appraiser requests additional information
from a claimant, the claimant must furnish the information within
30 days after the date of the request or the application is denied.
However, for good cause shown the chief appraiser may extend the
deadline for furnishing additional information by written order for
a single period not to exceed 15 days.
(c) The chief appraiser shall determine the validity of each
application for appraisal under this subchapter filed with him
before he submits the appraisal records for review and
determination of protests as provided by Chapter 41 of this code.
(d) If the chief appraiser denies an application, he shall
deliver a written notice of the denial to the claimant within five
days after the date of denial. The notice must include a brief
explanation of the procedures for protesting the denial.
Added by Acts 1981, 67th Leg., 1st C.S., p. 149, ch. 13, § 79,
eff. Jan. 1, 1982.
Last modified: August 11, 2007