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Brusniak Turner Fine Updates 4/7/2021

Posted by John Brusniak | Apr 07, 2021 | 0 Comments


After Covid-19, Office Leases Largely Come With Bargain Rates
The Wall Street Journal 
Big companies are making plans to stick with city-center office buildings, but they are cutting back on space and driving down rent prices for years to come...

Amazon is snapping up disused shopping malls and turning them into fulfillment centers
NBC News
"I see articles about Amazon building here and Amazon building there. I'm not sure any of us really fully understand the implications... 


Parts of NWA see a steep increase in property taxes
“Your property value in some cases have doubled in value,” said Washington County Assessor Russell Hill. Homeowners in Washington County are ...


Property Tax Relief Available from the LA County Assessor's Office 
Los Cerritos News 
By Jeff Prang, Los Angeles County Assessor. The COVID-19 pandemic and its resulting economic downturn have disrupted normal operations for the ...


Lawmakers change tax bill to no longer impact GOP leader's property, after IndyStar report 
The Indianapolis Star 
The department, which already has the power to revoke an appraiser's or assessor's certification, has to respond within 30 days. Soliday did not support ...


Homeowners in South Portland could see massive increase in property taxes
Jim Thomas, city assessor for South Portland, says there's a concern some homeowners could be priced out of their homes because of the city-wide ...


Judge rejects Wyandanch schools' request to overturn developer tax break 
The company received two 40-year abatements and one 30-year abatement for three other buildings that are part of the Wyandanch Rising ...

Amherst solar project that seeks 25-year tax break would create two jobs
Buffalo News
Catalyze is seeking sales tax breaks of up to $166,250 on the purchase of materials and equipment. But it's also seeking an unusual partial abatement of ...

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John Brusniak

John Brusniak, Jr. is the dean of Texas property tax litigation.  He was licensed to practice law in 1976,   His early career involved general litigation and appellate work in both the federal and state courts until he was handed his first property tax matter.  It arose prior to the implementatio...


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