Two Recent Colorado Supreme Court Decisions May Result in Some Undeveloped Parcels of Land Being Taxed at a Higher Rate 16:52, December 5, 2020

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By Kelcey C. Nichols, Garfield & Hecht, P.C. In Colorado, “residential land” has generally been taxed at a significantly lower rate then “vacant land”. In 2020, the Residential Assessment Rate was 7.15%. In contrast, the assessment rate for “vacant land” was 29%, more than three times higher. In the last few years, the Colorado Court […]

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By: Haley Carmer, Associate, Garfield & Hecht, P.C. In response to COVID-19, many state and local governments and the judiciary have taken various actions to limit the financial impact of the pandemic on consumers and businesses, including moratoriums on evictions and foreclosures, suspension of payment of sales tax revenues, and collection of utility bills. Through […]

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by Christopher D. Bryan The COVID-19 pandemic has upended nearly every aspect of daily life across Colorado and the United States, including attending religious services. Such restrictions raise an important constitutional question: May a state place restrictions on religious services without contravening the First Amendment? According to new guidance from the United States Supreme Court, […]

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