This month New Jersey State Bar Association members will vote on a trio of leadership positions, including the one-year position of second vice president
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The Supreme Court found that the discovery rule does not obviate the need to comply with the statutory notice requirements of the Tort Claims Act
The portion of a loan exceeding the limits of the FHA regulation is void and not collectible by the bank, but the portion not exceeding the limit is valid and secured by the housing unit
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