$30 for MBA members | $50 non-members
When closing a deal, there are risks with simply relying on the current property tax assessment to estimate your client’s tax liability. Changing the use of a property may trigger an exception to the constitutional cap on taxes. It is also important to understand the highest and best use of your client’s property when negotiating a condemnation clause in a contract. Please join Cynthia Fraser, of Foster Garvey PC, for an interesting discussion on how property taxes and condemnation clauses could have adverse short- and long-term effects on business deals.
For more information: Contact Justice Brooks, Foster Garvey, at 503.553.3117. For registration questions, contact the MBA at email@example.com.