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Property Assessment Appeals Process

In Saskatchewan, we have a three-step property assessment appeal process:

  • The first level of appeal is to a board of revision, whose members are appointed by the municipal council.
  • The second level of appeal is to the Saskatchewan Municipal Board.
  • The final level of appeal is going before the Court of Appeal.

For the 2023 taxation year legislation requires municipalities to have a certified board of revision to hear property assessment appeals before the preparation of their assessment roll. (See Board of Revision Certification for more information on certification.)

More information about the municipal role in assessment is available on the Municipal Role in Assessment page.

More information about the property assessment appeal process is available on the Property Assessment Appeals page.

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