The Tax Court of New Jersey has begun posting its unpublished opinions online.
Previously, only published Tax Court opinions, meaning opinions that set legal precedent, were available online. Now, unpublished opinions also will be available for the convenience of attorneys, litigants, governing agencies and the public.
“Adding the unpublished Tax Court opinions to the Judiciary website each day will expand access and improve service for court users,” said Judge Patrick DeAlmeida, presiding judge of the Tax Court. “It also carries the added benefit of allowing those opinions to be shared amongst the members of the bar or other groups, enabling more people to read and learn from those decisions.”
On days when opinions are issued, they will be available at njcourts.com at 10 a.m. They will remain on the Judiciary website for 10 business days. After two weeks, they will be archived by Rutgers Law School – Camden.