John Gaied v. New York State Tax Appeals

Opinion Reversing Appellate Court Judgment

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New York State’s highest court, the Court of Appeals, today issued a decision reversing an appellate court judgment in John Gaied v. New York State Tax Appeals Tribunal. The case involved a resident of New Jersey who owned real property in New York where his parents resided. The lower court held that Mr. Gaied was taxable as a New York State and City resident based on his ownership of the property.

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Topics:  Property Owners, Property Tax

Published In: Administrative Agency Updates, Civil Procedure Updates, Residential Real Estate Updates, Tax Updates

Reference Info:Decision | State, 2nd Circuit, New York | United States

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