...is adding six lawyers from another firm in the city, Ferrara, Turitz, Harraka & Goldberg, with expertise in estate planning and local government. ...
Plaintiff's residences for individuals with psychiatric disabilities, in which they live and receive supportive counseling, are entitled to tax-exempt status
Operation of a county-owned hospital by a third-party for-profit manager does not negate the property tax exemption applicable to county-owned property used for a public purpose
A neighbor's legal action against celebrity surgeon Mehmet Oz over view-blocking cedar trees was rightfully dismissed as premature, a state appeals court holds
...Irvington solo; Richard Insley, of Montclair, counsel at Ferrara, Turitz, Harraka & Goldberg in Hackensack; Harold Fullilove Jr., of East Orange...
A nonprofit organization that provides housing and services to people with psychiatric disabilities is entitled to a property tax exemption
...s lawyer, Marla Taus of Hackensack's Ferrara, Turitz, Harraka & Goldberg, declines to comment. ...
... Township attorney Stanley Turitz, of Ferrara, Turitz, Harraka & Goldberg in Hackensack, declines to comment. The township...
A mortgagee receives the lower interest rate earned on condemnation proceeds deposited in court, rather than the more favorable contractual mortgage interest rate, when the funds are "available" for
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