95 N.J. 503 (1984)

472 A.2d 517


The Supreme Court of New Jersey.

Decided March 15, 1984.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Vincent D. Manahan, III, argued the cause for appellant (Herrigel, Bolan & Manahan, attorneys).

Arnold K. Mytelka argued the cause for respondent (Clapp & Eisenberg, attorneys; Anthony K. Mytelka and Kevin R. Jespersen, on the briefs).

Vincent J. Apruzzese argued the cause for amici curiae George Street Playhouse, New Jersey Theatre Group, New Jersey Ballet Company, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, New Jersey State Opera, Brendan T. Byrne, William T. Cahill, Robert B. Meyner, Maureen Ogden, Alexander B. Lyon, Jr., Margaret Q. Hager and Richard L. Amster (Apruzzese & McDermott, attorneys; Vincent J. Apruzzese and Philip B. Whitcomb, on the brief).

The opinion of the Court was delivered by GARIBALDI, J.

The issue is whether Paper Mill Playhouse (Paper Mill), a nonprofit corporation, is entitled to an exemption from local property taxes under N.J.S.A. 54:4-3.6. The property is located in Millburn, New Jersey, and consists of three adjacent lots on which the theater and its parking lot are located.1 In 1978 the property was assessed at a value of $404,600. It is the only property...

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