‘Double-Taxed’ N.J. Condo Owners Pay 2 Different Towns

The owners of a New Jersey condominium may find themselves paying taxes to two towns at the same time under a recently issued court decision.  A New Jersey appellate court affirmed a trial court’s decision on Friday, ruling that owners of The Top Condominium at 616 West South Orange Avenue will have to pay property taxes to both Maplewood and South Orange.     Read the article…………


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