n March 2011, Serrus Carolina Walk purchased the units and parking spaces from Carolina Walk for $2,962,500, according to a 2012 order issued by Administrative Law Judge Deborah Brooks Durden.
The seller assigned tax rights to the buyer.Durden ruled in the assessorâ€™s favor.
he S.C. Association of Realtors
filed a friend of the court brief on behalf of the condo owners.â€œOur contention is Richland County refuses to acknowledge we went through the greatest recession of our lifetime,â€ May-bank said. â€œThey claim the values of condominiums did not drop.â€Maybank led the S. C. Department of Revenue under Republican governors David Beasley and Mark Sanford.
He serves as a tax activist, passing along articles by email on current issues surrounding state and local taxation.Cloydâ€™s lawyer, Malane Pike, declined comment.Reach Hinshaw at (803)771-8641.