Can someone file a grievance application on my behalf and represent me at Grievance Day?
Yes, with your written permission, someone may file an application on your behalf as well as represent you at the Grievance Day hearing. There is a place on the grievance application where you can sign stating that you give permission to someone to represent you. It can be anyone from your son, sister, or next door neighbor to an attorney of your choice. As long as you have given permission for them to do so, they may be your representative.

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1. Who can file a grievance?
2. Can someone file a grievance application on my behalf and represent me at Grievance Day?
3. How do I fill out my grievance application; can someone from the Assessment Bureau help me or fill out the application for me?
4. Is there anything special that I should know about the grievance application?
5. What happens after I file my grievance application; should I make an appointment with the Assessor to discuss my assessed value?
6. What happens on Grievance Day?
7. Do I have to attend Grievance Day on Tuesday, May 28th; will it not impact my case or will it hurt my case if I do not attend?
8. What happens when Grievance Day is over?