The property owner has the controlling interest in challenging the tax assessments on the subject property
The two houses owned by plaintiff qualify for exemption from local property tax as parsonages under N.J.S.A. 54:4-3.6
...stadium. He is represented by Peter Zipp of Monroe Township's Zipp & Tannenbaum
At a time when the phrase "eminent domain" sends shivers down property owners' spines - especially when private land is sought for redevelopment - the experience of one Hudson County town may serve a
Plaintiff-real estate brokers' service by fax of their entitlement to a 5% commission should a lease be consummated failed to satisfy the notice requirements of the statute of frauds, N.J.S.A. 25:1-1
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