CITY INCOME TAX ACT (EXCERPT)
Act 284 of 1964
141.693 Appeal to state tax commissioner or tax tribunal; procedure.
(1) A taxpayer, employer, or other person aggrieved by a rule adopted by the administrator may file a timely appeal to the state commissioner of revenue in the form and manner prescribed by the commissioner.
(2) A taxpayer or employer aggrieved by a final assessment, denial, decision, or order of the income tax board of review other than a decision under subsection (1), may appeal the assessment, denial, decision, or order to the tax tribunal not more than 35 days after the final assessment, denial, decision, or order was issued. The uncontested portion of a final assessment, order, or decision shall be paid as a prerequisite to appeal. An appeal under this subsection shall be perfected as provided under the tax tribunal act, Act No. 186 of the Public Acts of 1973, being sections 205.701 to 205.779 of the Michigan Compiled Laws, and rules promulgated under that act for the tax tribunal.
(3) Not more than 35 days after a final order of the tax tribunal, the taxpayer, employer, or other person shall pay the city the taxes, interest, and penalty found due to the city or the department, and the city or the department shall refund to the taxpayer, employer, or other person any amount found to have been overpaid by the taxpayer, employer, or other person.
History: 1964, Act 284, Imd. Eff. June 12, 1964
Am. 1969, Act 42, Imd. Eff. July 17, 1969
Am. 1996, Act 478, Eff. Jan. 1, 1997
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