NJ Tax Exemption Challenges Just Got Easier To Prosecute

Law360, New York (November 30, 2015, 3:15 PM EST) -- Christopher John Stracco

Michael James Guerriero On Nov. 15, 2015, the Tax Court of New Jersey issued a precedent-setting decision that will have far-ranging impacts in that it clarifies which party has the burden of proof in challenging a real property tax exemption. In the case of Estate of Lewis v. Trustees of Princeton University, 2015 N.J. Tax Lexis 17 (Tax Ct. Nov. 15, 2015) (approved for publication), a number of residents of the Borough of Princeton filed a complaint in the Tax Court of New Jersey in 2011 challenging the tax-exempt status for real property taxation purposes of Princeton University....

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