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Big Boxes Revisited

William K. Fahey

Thursday, January 21, 2016 from 3:15pm to 4:30 pm

Presentation Overview:

For more than five years, the Michigan Tax Tribunal has been telling townships that big box stores are not worth what they cost to build. Instead, the MTT has been assigning low taxable values to hundreds of thriving stores by comparing them to closed and obsolete stores that sold for lesser uses. Now, property owners are trying to extend that same valuation approach to other kinds of property. Several court cases and legislative efforts have been under way to address these issues. Find out how your Township can protect against or minimize the loss of its property tax values from these challenges in the months and years ahead.

William K. Fahey, Township Attorney, Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes PLC

Presenter Information:

William K. Fahey is one of the firm’s founders. Bill is a tough and passionate advocate for his clients. He is a long-time honoree of The Best Lawyers in America for appeals, energy law, public utility law, land use and zoning litigation, and real estate litigation. Bill is also recognized by Michigan Super Lawyers for his work in municipal law, utility law, and appellate law. For more than 30 years, the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory has rated him "AV," the highest rating available.

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