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To apply or not to apply? Appellate Division concludes that correction of errors statute does not apply to assessor error

USA - August 4 2011 The recent Appellate Division decision Bida v. Township of Wayne, underscores the critical importance of following the strict filing deadlines for tax appeals and further emphasizes the very limited applicability of New Jersey’s Correction of Errors Statute....

This one’s for the bees: farmland assessment act inapplicable to dual-use property consisting of cellular tower and beekeeping activities

USA - August 1 2011 The Farmland Assessment Act of 1964 and the New Jersey Constitution allow for eligible farmland to be assessed at lower standards....

Ignoring the 800 pound elephant is ok! Wal-Mart need not be identified as tenant in public notice for planning board application

USA - June 27 2011 In Shakoor Supermarkets, Inc. v. Old Bridge Township Planning Board, the Appellate Division concluded that an applicant proposing to construct a 150,000 square foot Wal-Mart Superstore need not specify that the occupant of the retail space would be a Wal-Mart....