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Property Tax Liaison Officer 6.052

Section 6.052 – Taxpayer Liaison Officer

The board of directors for appraisal districts appoints the taxpayer liaison officer with a population of more than 125,000 people. This is the only person at the appraisal district office (other than the chief appraiser) who is not hired and supervised (directly or indirectly) by the chief appraiser.

The taxpayer liaison officer coordinates presentations by the public at the board of directors and complaints filed by the public.

The existence of the taxpayer liaison officer and option of filing complaints with the board of directors is not widely known to property owners or property tax consultants.

Sec. 6.052. Taxpayer Liaison Officer.

(a) The board of directors for an appraisal district created for a county with a population of more than 125,000 shall appoint a taxpayer liaison officer who shall serve at the pleasure of the board. The taxpayer liaison officer shall administer the public access functions required by Sections 6.04(d), (e), and (f), and is responsible for resolving disputes not involving matters that may be protested under Section 41.41.

(b) The taxpayer liaison officer may provide information and materials designed to assist property owners in understanding the appraisal process, protest procedures, and related matters.

(c) The taxpayer liaison officer shall report to the board at each meeting on the status of all complaints filed with the board under Section 6.04(g).

(d) The taxpayer liaison officer is entitled to compensation as provided by the budget adopted by the board of directors.

Added by 1989 Tex. Laws, p. 3593, ch. 796, Sec. 8; amended by 1991 Tex. Laws, p. 1425, ch. 372, Sec. 2.

These codes affect property owners across the state, in both larger and smaller cities including:

  • Juliff
  • Hutto
  • Bedford
  • Pine Island
  • Meadows Place
  • Onion Creek
  • Creedmoor
  • Blue Ridge
  • West Lake Hills
  • Lavon
  • Kemah
  • Lake Worth
  • Iowa Colony
  • Lakeside
  • Cedar Hill
  • Little Elm
  • Hill Country Village
  • Hitchcock
  • Lost Creek
  • Windcrest

The Texas Property Tax Code applies to all property types in Texas including:

  • Single-tenant retail
  • Self-storage
  • Restaurant
  • Airplane hangar
  • Lodging
  • School
  • Retirement home
  • Supermarket
  • Department store
  • Hotel

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