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Important Tax Lawsuit Information

02/17/2014 8:15 AM | Anonymous

All Pensacola Beach leaseholders who are a party to residential ad-valorem tax litigation should have received a letter dated January 30, 2014 from the law firm Shell, Fleming, Davis and Menge regarding 2013 property taxes and the ongoing beach taxation lawsuit.  In short, our attorney failed to file the 2013 lawsuit in time.  Their report details actions that leaseholders must take to preserve their rights in the prior suits from 2004-2012.  Please read the letter and plan to take action ASAP to preserve your rights in the suits filed from 2004-2012. 

Another letter was sent on February 14, 2014 to all members of the lawsuit regarding "Waiver of Conflict of Interest for Continual Representation". If you think you are a party to the lawsuits (2004 - 2012) and did not receive either or both of these letters, please contact the law office at 850-453-1074.

View the Jan 30th Letter

View the Feb 14th Letter

Look up your current and past tax bills on Escambia County Tax Collector website

Visit the Beach Taxation Litigation Website (not updated with this info yet)


  • 03/04/2014 7:18 PM | Anonymous
    Does this effect the Navarre Beach Lawsuit?
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