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No one disputes that the property tax system in New York City is byzantine. In Tax Equity Now LLC v. City of New York, 2020 WL 949501, the First Department confronted what it viewed as a very different question: is it illegal. The court concluded that it is not, rejecting a variety of claims and leaving any reform to the legislature.
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By Jeffrey Turkel
The Court’s primary holding in Regina is that retroactive application of the Part F amendments would violate the Due Process clause of the U.S. Constitution.
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Sale Contract Bars Action for Fraudulent Misrepresentation, Concealment, and Inducement
Ambiguity In Restrictive Covenant Limits Enforcement
Constructive Trust Imposed Based On Alleged Oral Agreement
Buffer Zone Included In Rezoned Area for Purposes of Town Law’s Supermajority Requirement
Short-Term Rentals Do Not Qualify As Single-Family Use
Insurance Failure Precludes Exercise of Purchase Option