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Indiana Property Tax Rulings: Charitable Purpose Exemption For Rented Home And Duplex; Taxpayers Prevail With USPAP Appraisal,...

The following summaries of final determinations by the Indiana Board of Tax Review from the first half of 2014 were prepared by Noeli E. Serna, a 2014 summer associate at Faegre Baker Daniels who will be entering her second...more

Tissue Bank Owned By For-Profit And Leased To Related Non-Profit Exempt From Indiana Property Tax

In Hamilton County Assessor v. SPD Realty, LLC, Cause No. 49T10-1104-TA-28 (May 27, 2014) (March 1, 2009 assessment date), the Indiana Tax Court affirmed the grant of a charitable purpose exemption where the office building...more

SJC Upholds Charitable Property Tax Exemption for Land Conservation Organization

On May 15, the Supreme Judicial Court released its opinion in New England Forestry Foundation v. Hawley, ruling that a 120-acre parcel of forest land owned by the Foundation in the Town of Hawley was eligible for the...more

Rhode Island Real Estate Tax Appeals for Non-Profit Organizations

It is clear that the municipalities in Rhode Island are facing tough financial times. Municipalities are eagerly searching for new sources of tax revenue to meet budgetary shortfalls. Unfortunately, this search has led to...more

Virginia Supreme Court Opinion Affecting Local Government Law, January 10, 2013

Today, the Virginia Supreme Court issued one opinion affecting Virginia local government law. Congratulations to the County of Albemarle and the City of Charlottesville! The Local Government Attorneys of Virginia supplied an...more

Supreme Court Affirms Constitutional Test Must be Met by Those Seeking Charitable Exemptions

In a 4-3 decision, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, in Mesivtah Eitz Chaim of Bobov, Inc. v. Pike County Board of Assessment Appeals, No. 16 MAP 2011 (April 25, 2012) (“Mesivtah”), held that a property owner seeking an...more

Tax Exemption Ruling Defines Public Charity v. Business Interests

The Kentucky Supreme Court recently ruled that a private, non-profit entity which acquired and marketed property in order to attract new business to Floyd County, did not qualify for an exemption from paying ad valorem real...more

Banning Ranch Conservancy v, Superior Court Of Orange County

Open-ended "framework" retainer agreements do NOT create an attorney-client relationship

Open-ended "framework" retainer agreements — which give attorneys and clients the option of working together on repeat occasions — do not necessarily create a current attorney-client relationship, a California appeals court...more

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