Q&A with the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue

What is the DOR's criteria for appealing to Commonwealth Court an Order of the Board of Finance and Revenue, and who within the Department (including its Office of Chief Counsel) must approve such Appeals?

Nov 04, 2015
If the Office of Chief Counsel disagrees with the Order of the Board of Finance and Revenue and believes the case should be appealed to Commonwealth Court, the Chief Counsel will forward a recommendation to the Executive Office to request that the Office of Attorney General appeal the Order.  

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