"The Official Portrait of Miss InDiana"

"The Official Portrait of Miss InDiana"
aka "Miss Victory"

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Your property tax was illegally collected. Tell Indiana assessors that you want a refund of all illegally collected tax.

Your property tax is due today, but did you know your government that you trusted to obey the Rule of Law, broke several laws in effort to force tax from you?

No one but the citizens are going to be able to force our politicians to obey the Rule of Law painstakenly crafted by our founders as written in the Indiana State Constitution.

It is vital that we establish a precedent that sends a clear message to our politicians that they must be accountable to obey the rule of law.


The John Price constitutional property tax lawsuit was recently tossed because the court said taxpayers had not first exhausted their administrative remedies. The text below is YOUR administrative remedy to get back your money that your government illegally collected from you.

Once you mail in your refund request,
please email us, and we'll make sure you have legal representation at no charge. Just put the words "TAX REFUND" in the subject line.
--HFFT editor

CLICK HERE FOR THE TEXT TO SIGN IN PRESENCE OF A NOTARY AND MAIL TO:
Marion County Treasurer
Your local assessor's office


Your request for refund is NOT suggested in lieu of sending payment.


3 comments:

HOOSIERS FOR FAIR TAX said...

We were advised by our legal counsel that this administrative remedy is not in lieu of making your property tax payment.

It is a request for a refund of all improperly collected tax.

If the entire state of property owners filed this request, it would bankrupt the state.

The state has no choice but to consider your request for refund based on the written rule of law.

By filing, you could be one of the few petitioners who is refunded your illegally collected tax.

Jerry said...

So this applies to counties other than Marion County?

HOOSIERS FOR FAIR TAX said...

Yes...this applies to any county.

Mail a copy to your local assessor and to your county treasurer.

I would send it certified, signature required.

Make sure it is notorized