A new trial on just compensation is required where the jury heard evidence about the probability of a zoning change that should have been ruled on by the judge outside of the jury's presence
...council on Tuesday. Their lawyer, Peter Wegener of Bathgate Wegener & Wolf in Lakewood, who took the case on a contingent-fee...
A town that initiates a condemnation and lets it drag on before calling it off doesn't necessarily have to pay compensation, a New Jersey appeals court says
Juries should use fair market value to calculate just compensation when private property is taken for a public project that lessens in part and enhances in part the value of the remaining property
Oceanfront landowners who endure the building of protective sand dunes on their property aren't just losing a view; they're gaining a sea wall
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
A New Jersey Supreme Court decision lets juries weighing compensation for partial takings for dune construction to factor in the special benefit flowing to the owner
...why that should be," said Wegener, of Lakewood's Bathgate, Wegener & Wolf. Justice Barry Albin suggested that the construction of...
Plaintiffs are not entitled to compensation other than litigation expenses based on condemnation proceedings instituted by the city of Long Branch
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