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311. http://www.nh.gov/.../26889-12ptdecision101014.pdf [ 5.970% ]
... The “Taxpayer” appeals, pursuant to RSA 76:16-a, the “Town’s” 2012 ... of Nashua, 138 N.H. 261, 265 (1994). To establish disproportionality, the ... The board finds the Taxpayer failed to prove disproportionality. The Taxpayer ...
312. http://www.nh.gov/.../26888-12ptdecision101014.pdf [ 4.618% ]
... The “Taxpayer” appeals, pursuant to RSA 76:16-a, the “Town’s” 2012 ... of Nashua, 138 N.H. 261, 265 (1994). To establish disproportionality, the ... The board finds the Taxpayer failed to prove disproportionality. Beth ...
313. http://www.nh.gov/.../26769-12ptdecision82914.pdf [ 4.256% ]
... The “Taxpayers” appeal, pursuant to RSA 76:16-a, the ad valorem portion of ... of Nashua, 138 N.H. 261, 265 (1994). To establish disproportionality, the 1 ... The board finds the Taxpayers failed to prove disproportionality. The ...
314. http://www.nh.gov/.../26722-12ptdecision10914.pdf [ 2.720% ]
... The “Taxpayer” appeals, pursuant to RSA 76:16-a, the “Town’s” 2012 ... of Nashua, 138 N.H. 261, 265 (1994). To establish disproportionality, the ... The board finds the Taxpayer failed to prove disproportionality. The Taxpayer ...
315. http://www.nh.gov/.../26654-12ptdecision9814.pdf [ 4.100% ]
... The “Taxpayer” appeals, pursuant to RSA 76:16-a, the “Town’s” 2012 ... of Nashua, 138 N.H. 261, 265 (1994). To establish disproportionality, the ... were prepared when the Taxpayer agreed to purchase the one-half interest of a ...
316. http://www.nh.gov/.../26647-13edreport93014.pdf [ 6.018% ]
... for highway improvements, pursuant to authority conferred on the ... control easement for nine months (to expire on September 30, 2020 or one ... Taking is depicted on Exhibit “A” to the Declaration and the location is on ...
317. http://www.nh.gov/.../26515-11ptdecision6314.pdf [ 3.733% ]
... The “Taxpayer” appeals, pursuant to RSA 76:16-a, the “Town’s” 2011 ... of Nashua, 138 N.H. 261, 265 (1994). To establish disproportionality, the ... an asking price of $49,000; (2) due to its unfinished condition, the Property ...
318. http://www.nh.gov/.../26399-11ptdecision1214.pdf [ 3.737% ]
... The “Taxpayer” appeals, pursuant to RSA 76:16-a, the “Town’s” tax ... of Nashua, 138 N.H. 261, 265 (1994). To establish disproportionality, the ... The board finds the Taxpayer failed to prove disproportionality. Richard ...
319. http://www.nh.gov/.../25531-10ptetal101614.pdf [ 2.212% ]
... Memorandum” (at p. 1) appears to be a typographical error. Great Lakes ... of Nashua, 138 N.H. 261, 265 (1994). To establish disproportionality, the ... allowing each party additional time to submit requests for findings of fact ...
320. http://www.nh.gov/.../24823-10edreport072114.pdf [ 5.522% ]
... for highway improvements, pursuant to authority conferred on the ... from the remainder of abutting lands to the new highway” with the exception ... easement containing 1,750 square feet (to expire on December 31, 2021 or one ...
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