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14th Annual Seminar Set in San Antonio
Court decisions and how they shape legislation will be two topics at the 14th Annual Legal Seminar on Ad Valorem Taxation August 30 to September 1 at the San Antonio Westin Riverwalk Hotel.
Appraisal-related topics include deregulation, water rights, intangible issues and late appraisal roll changes. Collection-related topics address delinquent taxes, bankruptcy and public school funding.
Seminar speakers will be attorneys from major Texas law firms and other professionals in the property tax field.
The seminar is jointly sponsored by the State Bar of Texas Committee on Ad Valorem Taxation and the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University. The following groups are being asked to grant education credit for attending:
- State Bar of Texas (MCLE),
- Texas Board of Legal Specialization (CLE),
- Texas Real Estate Commission (MCE),
- Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation,
- Board of Tax Professional Examiners,
- Institute of Property Taxation,
- State Board of Public Accountancy,
- American Society of Appraisers,
- American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers,
- Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board and
- Texas A&M University.
The seminar costs $285 for those who pre-register and $315 for those registering at the door. A reception will be held on the evening of August 30, and the seminar program begins on August 31 and concludes at noon on September 1. Seminar space is limited to 450, so early registration is encouraged.
For more information, contact Margaret Benedict, Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, at 979/845-9691.