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Wednesday, July 14, 2021

New Law Extends Partial Tax Abatement Law for Certain Co-Ops and Condos

A new NYS law extends partial real property tax abatement for co-ops and condos within a city containing a population of one million or more, through the NYC fiscal year that begins in 2022.


Technically, the law amends paragraphs (a) and (b) of Real Property Tax Law 467-a (2).


Previously, the Real Property Tax Law authorized partial tax abatement for these co-ops and condos from the fiscal year commencing in 2012 through 2020.  The new law now provides a 2-year extension.


Although the COVID-19 pandemic appears to be in our rear-view mirrors, many families continue to endure hardships caused by the brutal pandemic. As a result, Governor Como continues to pass legislation related to tax abatement and/or exemptions for certain dwellings (e.g., S.6487).


How long will legislation extending tax abatement and/or exemptions for certain dwellings continue to be passed? 


Time will tell...




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