NJ Town Can't Nix Hospital's Tax-Exempt Status On Appeal

Law360 (March 15, 2019, 7:27 PM EDT) -- A New Jersey borough failed to timely challenge a local hospital's tax-exempt status, a New Jersey appeals court ruled Thursday, finding that the borough hadn't presented sufficient evidence to justify using omitted assessment procedures.

According to a Thursday opinion upholding a ruling by the state Tax Court, the borough of Red Bank failed to timely file an appeal of the tax assessor's grant of a tax exemption to RMC-Meridian Health's hospital for tax years 2014 and 2015 under a payment in lieu of taxes agreement. The borough also failed to provide evidence of a change in ownership or use of the...

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