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What you need to know about the State Board of Equalization appeal process

Appeal From County Board Form

You may appeal the decision of your local County Board of Equalization (CBE) to the State Board of Equalization. Use the form provided – just click on the icon below and download the form. This form must be filled out as completely as possible, including contact information, which tax year you are appealing, the CBE case number, the reason you are appealing, and the relief you seek. The State Board asks the county for the record of the appeal, including all the exhibits previously submitted and, therefore please do not submit information already entered into the county board record. Deadline for this appeal is postmark date on or before March 10.
You may appeal the decision of your local County Board of Equalization (CBE) to the State Board of Equalization
if your issue fits one of the descriptions below:
NRS 361.360(1); NRS 361.400(2): Aggrieved at the action of the County Board; overvaluation of property.
NRS 361.360(1); NRS 361.400(2): Failure of County Board to equalize; undervaluation or nonassessment of
other property.
NRS 361A.240(2)(b): Under-or-over valuation of open-space use assessment. 
NRS 361A.273(1): Determination that agricultural property has been converted to a higher use; valuations for deferred tax years.
NRS 361.360(1); NAC 361.747(2)(c): The property was denied an exemption that is allowed by law.

    Direct Appeal Form

    If your issue fits one of the descriptions below, you may appeal to the State Board of Equalization directly without first appealing to the county board of equalization by clicking on the icon below and downloading the form. This form must be filled out as completely as possible. Along with the form, submit 1) a statement of facts, reasons, or statutory basis on which you rely to support the claim that a change in the taxable value or classification of subject property is necessary. 2) A copy of the tax assessment notice for the tax year in question, if applicable. 3) a copy of any evidence upon which the petition is based currently in your possession. Evidence not yet available may be sent to the State Board no later than 15 days prior to the scheduled hearing.
    You may appeal your case directly to State Board of Equalization if your issue fits one of the descriptions below:
    NRS 361.360(1); NRS 361.400(2): Failure of County Board to equalize; undervaluation or nonassessment of other property. (Appeal must be received on or before March 10)
    NRS 361.360(3): Real or personal property placed on unsecured tax roll after December 15; appeal could not be heard by County Board of equalization. (Appeal must be received on or before May 15)
    NRS 361.403: Undervaluation, overvaluation or nonassessment of property by Nevada Tax Commission. (Appeal must be received on or before January 15)
    NRS 361A.240(2)(b): Under-or-over valuation of open-space use assessment. (Appeal must be received on or before March 10)
    NRS 361A.273(2): Determination that agricultural property has been converted to a higher use; valuations for deferred tax years; Notice of conversion from assessor received after December 16 and before July 1. (Appeal must be received on or before July 15)
    NRS 362.135: Net Proceeds of Minerals Tax certification. (Appeal must be filed within 30 days after certification is sent to taxpayer [usually about May 20])

      Assessor / Department Direct Appeal Form

      This appeal form is for use ONLY by Assessors or the Department of Taxation:



      NRS 361.360 (1): Aggrieved at the action of the County Board in equalizing or failing to equalize.

      NRS 361.395(1): Request for equalization of neighborhood or market area.

      NRS 361.403: Centrally assessed property.

      NRS 361.769 (3)(b): Property escaping taxation.

      NRS 361A.240(2)(b): Under-or-over valuation of open-space use assessment.

      NRS 362.135: Net Proceeds of Minerals Tax certification.

        Agent Authorization Form

        If you have already completed the Agent Authorization form on one of the appeal forms, you do not need to complete this form. If you decide to have someone represent you after you have already submitted the appeal form, you may still appoint an agent to represent you if you first notify the State Board by using the Agent Authorization form. Please download, fill out and sign this form.

          Withdrawal Form

          If you would like to withdraw your appeal, please fill out the form below and return it to the State Board of Equalization either by fax or mail.