[Summit] assessors letter

cagenlaw at acagen.com cagenlaw at acagen.com
Tue Sep 18 20:01:53 CDT 2018

You are not required to admit someone. Generally speaking, it's prudent 
to do so because otherwise the appraiser will make assumptions that are 
unlikely to be in your favor.

On the other hand, if you've added another bathroom and put two bedrooms 
in what had been an unfinished attic, all without getting a building 
permit, you might want to rethink this advice.

Andrew M. Cagen, Esq.
PO Box 41604
Providence, RI 02940
(401) 529-7339
fax (401) 489-7542

On 2018-09-18 18:36, Kim Clark wrote:
> hi neighbors, have any other homeowners received a letter from the tax
> assessor requesting an interior inspection of your house?
> I’m under the impression that by law, I don’t have to permit an
> interior inspection but that might just be rumor.
> So my first question is: do i have to let them in and secondly, is it
> in my best interest to do so or not?
> thanks,
> kim on dex
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