Property taxes are a major expense for most companies. Herman Katz Cangemi & Clyne has successfully obtained outstanding real estate tax refunds and savings for its clients, which include local, regional, and national owners and tenants of properties. Our client base encompasses hotels, shopping centers & department stores, industrial facilities, self-storage facilities, golf & country clubs, office buildings, multi-family & apartment complexes, and more. HKCC goes well beyond what’s required to bring you the best possible outcome: maximum savings on your property taxes.Learn More
Recently, the revocation of exemption from real property tax for certain non-profit organizations has become a topic of much debate in courtrooms and legislatures alike. New York is moving towards a more restrictive application of the real property tax exemption statutes. New York has two statutes that govern the exemption of real property from taxation—New York Real Property Tax Law § 420-a (mandatory exemption) and New York Real Property Tax Law § 420-b (permissive exemption). In 2015, the Court of Appeals comprehensively examined section 420-a in Greater Jamaica Dev. Corp. v. New York City Tax… Read more »
Senior Partner, Jay M. Herman, as Co-Chair of the Suffolk County Bar Association Committee on Condemnation and Tax Certiorari Law, is working with the Long Island Chapter of the Appraisal Institute on a Joint Seminar involving topics of mutual interest to both attorneys and appraisers. The Seminar will take place during the month of September. Both Jay Herman and Kevin Clyne from the firm will be speaking at the event. Additional information to follow.