Plaintiff's residences for individuals with psychiatric disabilities, in which they live and receive supportive counseling, are entitled to tax-exempt status
A nonprofit provider of housing and counseling for people with mental disabilities is entitled to exemption from property taxes, the New Jersey Supreme Court holds
...decision, its lawyer, Michael Kates, of Hackensack's Kates Nussman Rapone Ellis & Farhi, was named Hoboken's in-house counsel....
...the decision, its lawyer, Michael Kates, of Hackensack's Kates Nussman Rapone Ellis & Farhi, was named Hoboken's in-house counsel. ...
A nonprofit organization that provides housing and services to people with psychiatric disabilities is entitled to a property tax exemption
A non-profit organization that provides housing and counseling services to people with psychiatric disabilities should have been granted property tax exemptions, the state appeals panel rules, revers
A landowner does not lose the benefit of land-use approvals for the originally planned project if he applies for approvals for a different project
The governing body's rejection of plaintiff's variance application to use an adjoining residential lot as a buffer to meet commercial set-back requirements was not arbitrary, capricious or unreasonab
Under the appropriate abuse-of-discretion standard, the city's adoption of a somewhat inconsistent amendment to its redevelopment plan was not arbitrary, capricious or unreasonable
One thing you can say for sure about urban blight: It doesn't improve with age. That's the import of a state appeals court ruling that allows local governments to store blight designations for use in
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