In Farmland Dairies, Inc. v. Borough of Wallington, N.J. Super. App. Div. (per curiam) (unpublished decision) (35-2-7909), the Appellate Division upheld the decision of the Tax Court in denying an unrelated neighboring property owner’s efforts at intervening in a pending local property tax appeal between the property owner and the Borough.  The court concluded that

The 2011 Property Tax Environment is Ripe for Appeals and Represents a Real Opportunity for Significant Tax Reductions:

With measurable declines in the real estate market, evidenced by continued high vacancy and historically low rental rates, the pursuit of a real property tax appeal has never been more compelling. In fact, municipalities are again

The 2010 Property Tax Environment is Ripe for Appeals and Represents a Real Opportunity for Significant Tax:

With measurable declines in the real estate market, evidenced, by rising vacancy and falling rental rates, the pursuit of a real property tax appeal has never been more compelling. In fact, municipalities are already bracing themselves for