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  • Court rules JWSC cannot deny sewer taps

    We are pleased that the Court has recognized and enforced RLF Carriage Gate’s clear legal rights. Our firm has long taken the position that properties required to use the public water and sewer system cannot be denied sewer taps or access to the system. We are hopeful that this ruling helps clarify the rights of property owners in Glynn County and duties of the Joint Water & Sewer Commission. See the article in today's Brunswick News:http://thebrunswicknews.com/news/local_news/judge-orders-jwsc-to-sell-sewer-taps-to-developer/article_758aeb13-ab14-5a3c-be60-3715d73d65b9.html

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  • 2017 Property Tax Appeals

    2017 tax appeal newsletter for web uploah Page 1

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  • Roberts Tate Assists in Keeping Coal Ash Out of Wayne County

    Press Release Final 041117

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  • Brad Proctor Joins Roberts Tate

    Roberts Tate is proud to announce the addition of Brad Proctor, in the position of Associate. Brad, a Brunswick native, began his litigation career in the Atlanta area where his practice focused on commercial, construction and insurance defense litigation. 

    As an Associate for Roberts Tate, Brad's practice will continue to be broadly based in commercial litigation with a concentration in business disputes, real estate and construction disputes, ad valorem taxation issues and creditor's rights. 

    Mr. Proctor is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and is admitted to practice in the State and Superior Courts of Georgia, the Georgia Court of Appeals, the Supreme Court of Georgia and the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.

    Brad earned his juris doctorate from the University of Georgia School of Law. While attending, he interned for the Honorable James E. Graham, Magistrate Judge for the Southern District of Georgia. Prior to entering law school, Mr. Proctor attended Georgia Southern University where he majored in Finance and received his Bachelors of Business Administration, magna cum laude.

    Mr. Proctor resides on St. Simons Island with his wife Margaret Anne, sons Jack and Ford, and dog Gus.

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  • Court of Appeals Affirms Class Certification

    The Georgia Court of Appeals recently affirmed class certification in the actions styled Coleman v. Glynn County.  This decision brings residents of Glynn County who have overpaid taxes for years based on the County’s improper and erroneous calculation of the Scarlett Williams Homestead Exemption one step closer to obtaining relief.  

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