On October 31, the Bourgquinging Appellate Court ruled that Oslo mayor has failed to maintain property tax within the legal deadline. If the decision remains in force, the municipality will receive $ 267 million.
Dagens Næringsliv now reports Banoun on Monday sent a notice of a new trial.
"Today, as a direct consequence of Bourgling's court decision, we show that the introduction of 3-per-millel taxation is illegal," he said. In the first year property tax is required, the law specifies that the claim limit is 2% of the tax base.
If Banoun is not in the proceedings, the general requirement that the municipality may charge is $ 444 million. US dollars.