The past year saw a continued resurgence in new partners at New Jersey firms, which, if not quite as robust as the year before, still held its own as an indicator that the firms are sanguine about ex
A condominium association, not individual unit owners, has the right to sign a zoning protest petition under N.J.S.A. 40:55D-63; under 40:55D-26(a), a governing body must acknowledge on the record th
Condominium owners do not enjoy the same rights to protest zoning changes that are accorded other property owners under the Municipal Land Use Law, the Appellate Division rules
Neither a bank nor its assignee has any duty to trigger a deficiency hearing after a sheriff's sale; the burden to seek a hearing rests on plaintiffs through a timely objection to the sale
Since plaintiffs' initial election to proceed under the act was not knowing and voluntary, its preclusion-of-remedies provision does not bar them from seeking additional relief in court
Any deviation from the statutory language of the New Residential Construction Off-Site Conditions Disclosure Act, even if factually accurate, has the inherent ability to suggest to the buyer that fur
A judge has awarded $193,000 in fees to the trustee of bankrupt malpractice maven Hilton Stein, and lawyers in the case said last week there's no certainty that anything will be left for Stein's cred
...of Long Branch's Orlovsky, Moody, Schaaf & Gabrysiak, Samuel Maybruch of Hazlet's Maybruch & Zapcic and Michael Sullivan...
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