In Re Protest of A. J. Black - New Mexico Court of Appeals

In Re Protest of A. J. Black

By New Mexico Court of Appeals

  • Release Date: 1980-10-23
  • Genre: Law
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This is an appeal by property owners (The Black family) from a series of decisions and orders of the Bernalillo County Valuation Protests Board (The Board). The Black family filed fifteen separate protests pursuant to Section 7-38-24, N.M.S.A. 1978. Six of the tracts are assessed in the name of June Black, and nine are assessed in the names of Albert J. Black and Alameda Air Park, Inc., a Black corporation. The family protested the value of their ranch for property taxation as determined by the Bernalillo County Assessor (Assessor). The Assessor refused to assess the ranch under a special method of valuation for lands used primarily for agricultural purposes as provided in §§ 7-36-15 (methods of valuation) and 7-36-20 (special method of valuation of land), N.M.S.A. 1978. The Board affirmed and we reverse.

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