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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Upholds Real Estate Tax Exemption Obtained By LDM For CCRC Client

By Order.pdf dated August 29, 2014, Pennsylvania Supreme Court upheld the Opinions.pdf of the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court and Union County Court of Common Pleas, through which our Firm successfully obtained real estate tax exemption for Albright Care Services' CCRC located in Union County. In its Order, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court denied the taxing authorities' Petition for Allowance of Review, effectively ending the case, and confirming exemption for Albright's CCRC under the decisions of the lower courts. Kimber Latsha tried the case for our Firm.

We are pleased to have obtained this successful result for our client, and to be able to advise the provider community of good news on the real estate tax exemption litigation front. If you have questions regarding the taxability of your real property under current exemption standards, please do not hesitate to contact Kimber Latsha or David Marshall to discuss further.

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