As attorneys we must give you the following disclaimer: The commentary and views expressed in this blog are solely the opinions of the individual author or authors and may not reflect the opinions of other authors. In addition, the information contained in this blog is intended merely as helpful background information that is general in nature. It is for informational purposes only, is not warranted as accurate or complete and does not constitute legal advice and, thus, should not be relied upon as such advice. Furthermore, you need to be aware that, under New Jersey law, short and strict filing deadlines apply to a taxpayer who wishes to appeal the assessed valuation of a parcel of real estate – or even an added or omitted assessment.

If you require legal advice or representation in connection with a land use or environmental matter in this State or have questions about land use or environmental law, we urge you to consult with an attorney licensed in this State. The attorneys at Hill Wallack LLP are available for that purpose and would welcome the opportunity to be your attorney. However, the firm accepts clients only in accordance with certain procedures and renders advice only after completion of those procedures and when it is legally permissible for the firm to do so.

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