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Real Estate Taxation 2016 Edition

This updated resource for both the experienced real estate tax attorney and unfamiliar practitioner provides comprehensive guidance about the Illinois Property Tax Code and associated statutes and practical assistance in maneuvering the complex web spun by the intricacies of the Code.
  • Product ID: 16RETAXU
  • Formats:
    • Handbook
    • E-book

Description

For the attorney seeking the basis for a tax proration in a real estate closing, attempting to reduce or defend an assessed value, challenging or supporting a taxing district levy, or redeeming from a tax sale on behalf of a client, the changing laws in these areas demand continuing education, perhaps now more than ever. This 2016 edition of REAL ESTATE TAXATION identifies and explains the many statutory and caselaw changes over the past four years. The authors thoroughly examine the framework for the creation of an assessment and describe the officials responsible for producing it; review the various methods, offices, and strategies for contesting assessments; explore the processes involved in municipal tax levies as well as challenges thereto; and analyze tax payments, tax sales, and tax deed proceedings.

General Editor — Timothy E. Moran, Schmidt Salzman & Moran, Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 1 — Taxable and Exempt Property
Peter Tsantilis and Brian Patrick Liston, Liston & Tsantilis, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 2 — Assessment of Taxable Property
Robert M. Sarnoff, Sarnoff & Baccash, Chicago

Chapter 3 — Appraisals
Michael J. Kelly, President, Real Estate Analysis Corp., and John W. VanSanten, Managing Director (Valuation & Financial Opinions), Stout Risius Ross, Inc., Chicago

Chapter 4 — Taxpayers’ Remedies
William J. Seitz, The Law Offices of William J. Seitz, L.L.C., and Timothy E. Moran, Schmidt Salzman & Moran, Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 5 — Administrative Challenges to Assessments and Equalization
Robert M. Sarnoff, Sarnoff & Baccash, Chicago

Chapter 6 — Practice and Procedure Before the Property Tax Appeal Board
Donald T. Rubin, James W. Chipman, and Barbara S. Winer, Rubin & Associates, LLC, Chicago and Springfield

Chapter 7 — Tax Objection Complaints
Glenn S. Guttman, Rieff Schramm Kanter & Guttman, and Nora A. Doherty, Steven B. Pearlman & Associates, Chicago

Chapter 8 — Levy, Extension, and Collection of Property Taxes
Dana Deen Kinion, Of Counsel, Zack Stamp, Ltd., Springfield

Chapter 9 — Tax Rate Objections
Thomas J. McNulty, Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP, Chicago

Chapter 10 — Tax Bills and Payments; Tax Sales and Redemptions; Miscellaneous Collections and Enforcement Matters
Jeffrey S. Blumenthal, Slutzky & Blumenthal, and David R. Gray, Jr., The Law Offices of David R. Gray, Jr., Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 11 — A Guide to Tax Deed and Indemnity Fund Proceedings
Jeffrey S. Blumenthal, Slutzky & Blumenthal, and David R. Gray, Jr., The Law Offices of David R. Gray, Jr., Ltd., Chicago


Materials

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Handbook
SKU: 16RETAX-H
$159.00

E-book
SKU: 16RETAX-E
$159.00

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