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Municipal Real Estate Tax Update: Governor Murphy Issues Order Authorizing Municipalities to Extend Grace Period for Next Real Estate Tax Payment

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On Tuesday, April 28, 2020, Governor Murphy authorized municipalities to extend the grace period for payment of real estate taxes due on May 1st until June 1st. Existing law permits municipalities to provide a 10 day grace period after the statutory due date of a real estate tax payment. The Order, EO-130, which is attached, allows municipalities by Resolution adopted by their governing body, to provide for a payment grace period on taxes due on May 1st until June 1st. The Municipal Clerk within three business days of the adoption of the Resolution must notify the Director of the Division of Local Government Services of the Department of Community Affairs. It is also important to note that the Executive Order provides that municipalities cannot further extend the tax payment due date, give a longer grace period, or modify the rate of interest charged on late payments. This Order changes much of the advice provided our recent post discussing the memorandum issued by the DLGS. The full text of EO-130 is available at the link below.

Executive Order

For more information on this Advice, or other matters relating to real estate tax, contact: Martin Allen, Esq., Chair of the Firm’s Real Estate Taxation Department.

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