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For his instrumental role in bringing about the New Jersey Supreme Court's seminal decision limiting public takings for redevelopment purposes, and for his continuing efforts to achieve reform of emi
Eminent domain decisions in several municipalities demonstrate that the courts are looking at prerogative writs actions and expert testimonies through the lens of Gallenthin
The days of courts simply accepting municipal recitations of compliance with the statutory criteria for designating an area in need of redevelopment, absent any underlying analysis or factual basis,
...Law, N.J.S.A. 40:55-21. � LBK Associates LLC v. Lodi, A-1829-05. The Appellate Division on...
...was procured by fraud and corruption, and that the involvement of an associate from the arbitrator's office tainted the proceedings. The evidence reviewed by...
Recent case law suggests that more than a few municipalities declare blight based on reports that cite statutory language without analysis of the property and the categories selected, and most import
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