Detroit: Tax Appeals Should Be Allowed During Ordinary Course Of Bankruptcy

Detroit: Tax Appeals Should Be Allowed During Ordinary Course Of Bankruptcy

DETROIT - The bankrupt City of Detroit on Aug. 2 moved for relief from the automatic stay in order to permit appeals of city property tax assessments, which it claims is appropriate on grounds that the equities weigh in favor of it and because it will cost the city less in the long run (In Re: City of Detroit, No. 13-53846, Chapter 9, E.D. Mich. Bkcy.).

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