Bankruptcy judge allows property tax appeals in Detroit case

When Detroit filed the largest municipal bankruptcy in US history in July, the bankruptcy action stayed any legal action against the city as well as prevented any new legal actions from being filed against the city. This stay included property tax appeals for Detroit property owners. However, this week Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes ruled that property owners within Detroit could file property tax appeals but could not collect on any decisions without prior approval from the court.

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