Pilot Program AimsTo Change NJ Property Tax Assessment and Appeal Process

 

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New Jersey Passes Law Affecting the Property Tax Assessment and Appeal Process

On February 4, Gov. Chris Christie signed S1213 (the “Act”) into law, creating a pilot program that could substantially change the property tax assessment and appeal process in New Jersey. The Act’s stated goal is to create a “more cost-effective and Read More…

 
 
 

 

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