Antoinette Gangi and Marc Demetriou welcome tax appeal specialist Carl Rizzo, esq of Cole Schotz to discuss taking action on NJ real property tax appeals. Thursday May 15th, 2014 at 10 am on WVNJ 1160 on your am dial.
NJ Real Real Property Tax Appeals — The Time to Take Action is Now
- Is a Tax Appeal Right for Me? (Assessments v. Fair Value)
- Tax Appeal Deadlines and Procedure (April 1 Tax Appeal filing Deadline)
- How much can I save and for how long does the savings apply?
- Is there Any Protection Against Retaliatory Action by the Town? (Freeze Act) ￼
Carl Rizzo is co-chairman of the firm Cole Schotz’ Real Estate Real Property Tax Appeal sub-practice group and a member of the firm’s commercial litigation department. Carl’s broad and diverse practice includes concentrations in commercial litigation matters and chancery practice relating to contractual disputes involving such matters as surety, construction and construction liens, real estate transactions, commercial tenancy, employment covenants and partnership/shareholder discord. He also concentrates his practice in tax court ad valorem proceedings, where he has successfully negotiated and litigated numerous matters involving millions of dollars in tax reductions for his commercial property owner clients. Carl also represents developer clients in land use and zoning matters, including both the prosecution of and objection to development applications as well as an extensive prerogative writs practice. He further has a wide-reaching basis of other litigation experience ranging from administrative appeals to applications for advantageous business designations as well as matters relating to attorney ethics and disciplinary proceedings.
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