On October 31st, Borgarting's court of appeal came to the conclusion that the municipality in Oslo did not meet the legal deadline for printing property taxes. If the verdict becomes enforceable, the municipality has to pay NOK 267 million back to the citizens.
Now, Dagens Næringsliv writes that Banoun sent a notice of a new lawsuit Monday.
"Today we announce a possible new appeal at a rally, where as a direct consequence of the Borgarting judgment, we have pointed out that it is illegal to impose three taxes on promissory notes in 2017," she said. Property tax is required for the first year, the law states that the limit of claims is 2% of the tax base.
If Banoun also fails in this lawsuit, the total municipal bill charge may amount to NOK 444 million.