Tax-Exempted Properties May No Longer Be Excluded

 


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North Jersey towns reassess tax-exempt status for hospitals after key ruling
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The case “is a huge potential game-changer when it comes to property tax exemptions,” said David Wolfe, a New Jersey attorney who specializes in property tax appeals. “I think you will see other municipalities challenging hospital exemptions.” Bianco's …

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