My question involves civil rights in the State of: US
New York State has a program allowing reduced property taxes for senior citizens. It requires that the local assessor be "satisfied" that income limits are not exceeded. There are no stated documentation requirements, only that assessor be "satisfied".
I remember seeing a case in which a law was struck down because it required a building inspector to be "satisfied" without stating any specific requirements. I have tried to find this case so far unsuccessfully. Any very similar case citations would be greatly appreciated. Opinions are not necessary. Thanks.