Filing the Appeal
A written record is maintained by the PVA of each conference held.
Upon completion of the conference with the PVA, a copy of the written
summary results may be provided to the property owner. This copy is to
be retained by the property owner and presented to the County Clerk
showing that a conference was held with the PVA. After this presentation,
an appeal is filed.
The property owner must obtain and complete an appeals form from the
County Clerk's office in Clark County. The appeals form requires
the property owner to provide general information about the property
under appeal. Also required is confirmation that a conference was held
with the PVA. The property owner must state his or her opinion of the
fair cash value of the property and explain why it is too high. After
completion, the property owner must then file the appeals form with
the County Clerk's office. The County Clerk's office will schedule
a hearing and notify all property owners when and where their appeal
hearing will be held.
The last date to file an appeal is one working day after the close
of the inspection period. For instance, if the inspection period
closes on the third Monday of May, then all appeals must be filed
in the Clerk's office by the close of business on the third Tuesday