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In his Condemnation and Tax Certiorari column, Michael Rikon, a partner of Goldstein, Rikon, Rikon & Houghton, discusses what experts beyond a real estate appraiser might be necessary, what to look f
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In their Condemnation and Tax Certiorari column, Michael Rikon and Jonathan Houghton, partners at Goldstein, Rikon, Rikon & Houghton write: Condemnation is not a private litigation but rather the enf
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In their Condemnation and Tax Certiorari column, M. Robert Goldstein and Michael Rikon, partners at Goldstein, Rikon, Rikon & Houghton, write that discovery simply frustrates the legislative intent o
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In their Condemnation and Tax Certiorari column, M. Robert Goldstein and Michael Rikon, partners of Goldstein Rikon Rikon & Houghton, write that In New York, condemnors have adopted particularly unfa
Thomas A. Dickerson and Daniel D. Angiolillo, associate justices of the Appellate Division, Second Department, write that the governor's 2 percent real property tax cap program has recently been cha
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