Articles on Property Taxation

How taxing is a good time in Cook County? By Hon. Julie-April Montgomery, (Ret.) State and Local Taxation, July 2016 Over the past year local governments haves been seeking ways to both balance their budgets and pay their pension obligations. And so, Cook County has taken advantage of our need to escape from our troubles and woes as we seek diversion, and as such, imposed higher costs for those wishing to have a good time.
Unlicensed practice of law issues in Illinois property tax assessment appeals By Thomas J. McNulty State and Local Taxation, January 2015 Does Yamaguchi still mean what it says?
Assessing property tax for an individual condominium unit By Kelly M. Greco Real Estate Law, September 2012 Due to the nature of condominium ownership, the method by which condominiums are assessed and taxed as real property can be unclear. This article unravels this question and addresses how property tax is assessed for an individual condominium unit.
Recent decisions in real estate tax cases By Timothy E. Moran State and Local Taxation, April 2012 Decisions of interest to property tax attorneys.
An article: What policymakers should know about real estate taxes By Hon. Alexander P. White State and Local Taxation, August 2009 A review of the article, "What Policy Makers Should Know About Real Estate Taxes."
‘Equitable redemption’ from tax sale affirmed where no tax deed had yet issued By Timothy E. Moran State and Local Taxation, February 2008 In re Application of County Treasurer (Hawkeye Investments), docket no. 1-06-3387, Illinois Appellate Court, First District, December 28, 2007, a tax purchaser appealed from the trial court’s extension of the period of time for redeeming the taxes on a residential property.
The NFR Letter- A potential property tax blessing in disguise By Kevin B. Hynes Administrative Law, October 2003 For those redeveloping contaminated properties, the daunting task of obtaining a No Further Remediation Letter ("NFR Letter") is a major barrier to bringing a property back to productive use.

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