To give Atlantic City casinos 10 year tax break, new state P.I.L.O.T. law declares this a “blighted area”.
April 16, 2016

Article VIII of NJ State Constitution requires that all real estate be assessed “according to same standard of value” and taxed equally “at the general rate”.  It has some exceptions.  It allows tax breaks for veterans, farmers, senior and disabled citizens, charities, “structures in areas in need of rehabilitation”  and “blighted areas in need of […]

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