The Tarrant Appraisal Review Board (TARB) wants you to know, there is not a specific form required to file a protest. Protest can be filed various ways. However, certain information must be provided. To file a protest online, visit , You will need to create an account, if one has not previously been established. Begin the process by selecting Login, in the upper right corner of homepage. Filing online will allow you the opportunity to submit an opinion of value, and possibly reach an agreement with Tarrant Appraisal District (TAD). If an agreement is not reached, you will have the opportunity to continue on and file a protest. If the protest is successfully filed, a confirmation will be sent. Once the protest is filed, you will be noticed in writing, of a hearing date and time to appear before the TARB. Email confirmation will be sent upon successfully filing of an online protest. Several helpful videos are also available at Helpful Videos, Understanding Your Property Value Notice and Creating an Online Account, can be found under the Resource link at To file a written protest Protest are not accepted via fax or email. No confirmation will be sent when using this method. Option 1 Use the Notice of Protest located on the back of the Notice of Value. This form is prepopulated with the information needed to identify the property being protested. Complete sections 1 through 7. Protest must be timely filed with TARB by the deadline stated on your notice. Option 2 Compose your own correspondence and send to TARB. A notice of protest is sufficient if it: Identifies the protesting property owner, including a person claiming an ownership interest in the property even if that person is not listed on the appraisal records as an owner of the property, and Identifies the property that is the subject of the protest, and Indicates apparent dissatisfaction with some determination of the appraisal office. Option 3 Use the Property Appraisal Notice of Protest form 50-132 located on the Comptroller s website. Written protest must be filed with the TARB by May 15, 2018 or the 30th day after the date that notice to the property owner was delivered to the property owner as provided by Section , whichever is later. Reference Sec. of the 2017 Texas Property Tax Code. If sent first-class mail, the mailing address is: Tarrant Appraisal Review Board Box 185519 Fort Worth, Texas 76181-0519 If hand delivered or sent by common or contract carrier, the address is: Tarrant Appraisal Review Board 2500 Handley Ederville Rd Fort Worth, Texas 76118. Property owners are encouraged to use a method that provides proof of delivery. The 2017 Texas Property Tax Code is available at:
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To file a written protest Protest are not accepted via fax or email. No confirmation will be sent when using this method. Option 1 – Use the Notice of Protest located on the back of the Notice of Value.
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