Gov't Code Section 2003.906
Notice of Appeal to Office; Deposit
(a)To appeal an appraisal review board order to the office under this subchapter, a property owner must file with the chief appraiser of the appraisal district:
(1)a completed notice of appeal to the office in the form prescribed by Section 2003.907 (Contents of Notice of Appeal); and
(2)a deposit in the amount of $1,500, made payable to the office.
(a-1)The notice of appeal required under Subsection (a)(1) must be filed with the chief appraiser not later than the 30th day after the date the property owner receives notice of the order.
(a-2)The deposit required under Subsection (a)(2) must be filed with the chief appraiser not later than the 90th day after the date the property owner receives notice of the order. The deposit is refundable:
(1)less the filing fee if the property owner and the appraisal district settle before the appeal is heard; or
(2)less the filing fee and the office’s costs if the property owner and the appraisal district settle after the appeal is heard.
(a-3)If the property owner fails to pay the deposit as required under Subsection (a-2):
(1)the office shall dismiss the property owner’s appeal; and
(2)the property owner is not entitled to file an appeal under this subchapter in any subsequent tax year.
(b)As soon as practicable after receipt of a notice of appeal, the chief appraiser for the appraisal district shall:
(1)indicate, where appropriate, those entries in the records that are subject to the appeal;
(2)submit the notice of appeal and deposit to the office; and
(3)request the appointment of a qualified administrative law judge to hear the appeal.
Section 2003.906 — Notice of Appeal to Office; Deposit,
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/GV/htm/GV.2003.htm#2003.906 (accessed Dec. 2, 2023).