Denial of a Principal Residence Exemption Claim
A property owner may appeal the denial of a Principal Residence Exemption under the General Property Tax Act by submitting a timely written request to the Department within 35 days of receiving a notice of denial. All appeals regarding the denial of a Principal Residence Exemption claim are conducted using informal conference procedures. MCL 211.7cc(8) .
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The written request must include:
- A statement explaining that you are seeking an appeal of a Principal Residence Exemption claim denial,
- Your name,
- Your taxpayer identification number (generally your social security number), and,
- A brief explanation of the dispute.
Requests for appeals are accepted in writing and received only by US mail or facsimile pursuant to MCL 205.21(b) . Email and telephone appeals are not accepted.
Send the written request to:
Michigan Department of Treasury
Principal Residence Exemption Unit
PO Box 30440
Lansing, MI 48909
Fax: (517) 335-7457