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Brusniak Turner Fine Updates 7/10/2019

Posted by John Brusniak | Jul 10, 2019 | 0 Comments

ALABAMA

Incentives officially approved for $100M Ben E. Keith facility
Dothan Eagle
“The project agreement also calls for certain abatements for Ben E. Keith; those abatements are 100 percent of the sales and use taxes for the ...

CALIFORNIA

Airport Concessionaire's Exclusive Operating Right is Tax-Exempt Intangible Asset, and Assessor ...
The National Law Review
Airport Concessionaire's Exclusive Operating Right is Tax-Exempt Intangible Asset, and Assessor Had Burden of Removing Value of Asset in Making ...

COLORADO

Are Big Property Tax Bills Painting Denver Arts Districts Into a Corner?
Westword
Passed in 1982, this state measure was designed to ease the annual property-tax load on homeowners by putting the onus for higher taxes on ...

IDAHO

Moscow property taxes expected to rise 25 percent next year
Moscow-Pullman Daily News
That bond will be paid over the course of 10 years at $1.1 million annually, and is representative of a 19-percent increase in property tax.

ILLINOIS

Cubs co-owner Todd Ricketts' property tax appeal under investigation after Tribune finds ...
Chicago Tribune
State law required Ricketts to notify the assessor that he had built a new home in 2010, but a spokesman for the assessor's office said there's no ...

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Laconia taking closer look at property assessments
The Union Leader
LACONIA -- The city council learned Monday that a review of property tax abatement requests has revealed some trends that need to be addressed.

NEW YORK

Macy's stores seeking to slash tax bills
Albany Times Union
... a revaluation in years, but when it does, there is generally a spike in challenges to tax valuations, said Guilderland Assessor Karen Van Wagenen.

UTAH

Sandy residents could see 34% property tax increase
fox13now.com
SANDY, Utah — The Sandy City Council has given tentative approval to a 34 percent property tax increase to provide more staffing for the police and ...

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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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