141. Except with the agreement of the parties, the hearing of a complaint shall not take place unless a written notice from the secretary of the section has been handed in person or mailed, at least 30 days previously, to the parties and, in the case provided for in section 137, to the owner of the property regarding which the complaint is made.
However, the board may summarily find for the complainant on the statement of his complaint and give notice of its decision to the parties and, in the case provided for in section 137, to the owner of the property regarding which the complaint is made, if the assessor so recommends with the agreement of the defendant parties and if none of the parties sends a notice of disagreement with the recommendation, upon the expiry of thirty days from the sending of a notice by the secretary to the parties stating the assessor’s recommendation and the proposed decision.
Where such is the case, the executive committee of the defendant party may express such agreement or disagreement.
1979, c. 72, s. 141; 1980, c. 34, s. 21; 1982, c. 63, s. 203; 1988, c. 76, s. 44.