Pipeline owners look to delay tax trial
After adverse ruling on trans-Alaska pipeline’s 2006 assessed value, lawyers want to stay proceedings until after Supreme Court acts
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The trans-Alaska pipeline owners, having recently suffered a costly defeat in a court challenge of their 2006 property tax liability, now appear in no hurry for a ruling on subsequent disputed tax years.
In papers filed Nov. 12 in state Superior Court in Anchorage, the owners ask the judge to postpo....
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