The Georgia Court of Appeals partly revived a challenge to the deal allowing the Atlanta Falcons and Mercedes-Benz Stadium to avoid paying Fulton County any ad valorem taxes on the facility.

A group of taxpayers sued the county Board of Tax Assessors and chief appraiser in 2017 claiming among other things that the agreement improperly declared the stadium property nontaxable and that the law under which the deal was reached is unconstitutional.

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