Law360, Washington (July 25, 2017, 4:17 PM EDT) -- The state of New Jersey has adopted a so-called property taxpayer bill of rights entitling property owners to clarity surrounding the real estate assessment process and how to bring an appeal, an attempt to empower New Jersey residents saddled with the nation’s highest property taxes.
Republican Gov. Chris Christie signed bill A-4007 into law on Friday amid a flurry of other legislative activity. The legislation, sponsored by Democrats from the New Jersey General Assembly, requires the state division of taxation director to list taxpayers’ real property rights “in simple and nontechnical terms” and post it on the website of the various...
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