What is the Michigan Tax Tribunal?
The tax tribunal is a quasi-judicial administrative agency located in the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Growth. The Tribunal has jurisdiction over assessment disputes relative to both property and non-property matters. To resolve a dispute, the Tribunal conducts hearings and renders written decisions based on the evidence properly submitted by all parties. The tax tribunal is divided into 2 sections: Entire Tribunal and Small Claims Division.

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1. What is the Michigan Tax Tribunal?
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3. How does Small Claims work?
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