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New Jersey Supreme Court Holds Throwout Rule Is Facially Constitutional, But Unconstitutionally Applied

On July 28, 2011, the New Jersey Supreme Court denied a taxpayer's claim that New Jersey's Throwout Rule (which excludes certain sales from the denominator of the sales apportionment factor) is facially unco

August 8, 2011

On July 28, 2011, the New Jersey Supreme Court denied a taxpayer's claim that New Jersey's Throwout Rule (which excludes certain sales from the denominator of the sales apportionment factor) is facially unconstitutional. Whirlpool Props., Inc. v. Div. of Tax'n, Case No. 066595 (N.J. July 28, 2011). However, the court held that the application of the Throwout Rule to sales sourced to a state that has jurisdiction to tax the sales (but chooses not to) leads to an unconstitutional result.

 

Read Sutherland SALT's Legal Alert, "New Jersey Supreme Court Holds Throwout Rule is Facially Constitutional, But Unconstitutionally Applied," for more information.

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