Can someone who is not the appellant of the property disputed appear before the BAA? If so, what do they need to provide?

A property owner’s attorney or duly authorized agent may appear in person before the BAA. They must have the signature of the owner to act as their agent. 

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1. When can I file my Appeal?
2. When will the hearings be held?
3. Can someone who is not the appellant of the property disputed appear before the BAA? If so, what do they need to provide?
4. Can the Board of Assessment Appeals adjust prior Grand List years?
5. Can a current owner, who was not the owner on the 10/1 assessment date, file an appeal and appear before the BAA?
6. Can the BAA grant exemptions? Can the BAA do so retro-actively?
7. What type of property, personal, real, or motor vehicle, can be heard at the BAA September session? At the March session?