TOYOTA MOTOR CREDIT CORPORATION v. DIRECTOR, DIVISION OF TAXATIONAnnotate this Case
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SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY
DOCKET NO. A-0
TOYOTA MOTOR CREDIT
DIRECTOR, DIVISION OF
October 23, 2017
Argued October 12, 2017 Decided
Before Judges Haas, Rothstadt and Gooden Brown.
On appeal from the Tax Court of New Jersey, Docket No. 2021-2010, whose opinion is reported at 28 N.J. Tax 96 (Tax Ct. 2014).
Michael J. Duffy, Deputy Attorney General, argued the cause for appellant (Christopher S. Porrino, Attorney General, attorney; Melissa H. Raksa, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel; Mr. Duffy, on the brief).
Kyle O. Sollie argued the cause for respondent (Reed Smith, LLP, attorneys; Mr. Sollie, of counsel and on the brief; Kenneth R. Levine, on the brief).
The June 5, 2015 judgment is affirmed substantially for the reasons expressed in Judge Patrick DeAlmeida's August 1, 2014 opinion reported at 28 N.J. Tax 96 (Tax Ct. 2014).