The Board of Review shall convene in its first session on the Tuesday following the second Monday in March of each year at such time of the day and place as shall be designated by the Council and shall continue in session for at least one day for the purpose of considering and correcting the assessment roll prepared and presented to it by the Assessor. In each case where the assessed value of any property is increased or any property is added to the roll by the Board, or the Board has resolved to consider at its second session the increasing of an assessment or the adding of any property to the roll, the Assessor shall give notice thereof to the owner of such property, as shown by such roll, by first class letter, mailed not later than the day following the end of the first session of the Board. Such notice shall state the date, time, place, and purpose of the second session of the Board. The failure to give any such notice, or of the owner to receive it, shall not invalidate any assessment roll or of any assessment or levy of taxes thereon.
The Board of Review shall convene in its second session on the Tuesday following the fourth Monday in March of each year, at such time of the day and place as shall be designated by the Council and shall continue in session until all interested persons have had an opportunity to be heard, but in no case for less than six hours. At such second session, the Board may not increase any assessment, except in these cases with respect to which the Board resolved at its first session, to consider such increase at its second session. This provision shall not apply to the addition of any omitted property to the roll.
Editor's Note: The provisions of Charter § 9.7 are superseded by MCL 211.29 et seq. See MCL 211.107.