Bar News - May 18, 2016
Real Property Law: Searchable Board of Land & Tax Appeals Cases
Decisions of the NH Board of Land and Tax Appeals (NHBTLA) are now included in Casemaker, the NH Bar Associationís free legal research library.
The NHBTLA is a three-member administrative tribunal, appointed by the NH Supreme Court, that hears matters involving state taxation and has concurrent jurisdiction with the NH Superior Court to decide appeals of property tax abatements.
Casemaker includes decisions from 2015 and 2016. The decisions can be included with other case law results or browsed individually. The availability of these decisions was announced at a recent Municipal & Government Law section meeting by Casemakerís Jim Corbett, who demonstrated features of the online library.
Available at no extra charge to all NH Bar members, Casemaker provides a comprehensive and frequently updated library of cases, statutes, laws and regulations for all 50 states, as well as a collection of federal law materials. Casemaker also includes NH Superior Court opinions from the business and commercial docket, New Hampshire administrative rules, and decisions of other state administrative tribunals, including the Public Utilities Commission, Human Rights Commission, and the NH Department of Laborís hearings division.