If you choose to submit via mail, submit three copies of this application to the auditor’s office in the county where the property is located. (Make a copy for your records.) The final deadline for filing with the county auditor is Dec. 31 of the year for which exemption is challenged. If you need assistance in completing this form, contact your county auditor.
This complaint may be filed by any person, board, or officer authorized by Ohio Revised Code (R.C) 5715.19 to file with a county board of revision against any real property granted tax exemption by tax commissioner under R.C. 5715.27. Eligible complainants are the following: any person owning taxable real property in the county or in a taxing district with territory in the county, the board of county commissioners, the prosecuting attorney or treasurer of the county, the board of township trustees of any township with territory in the county, the board of education of any school district with any territory in the county, or the mayor or legislative authority of any municipal corporation with any territory in the county.
Answer all questions on the form. If you need more room for any question, use additional sheets of paper to explain details. Please indicate which question each additional sheet is answering. Obtain a copy of the property record card from the county auditor and enclose it with this complaint.
Your Franklin County Auditor's office will complete the County Auditor Findings for you.