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...J. Super. 252 (App. Div. 1999); Haynes v. First Nat'l State Bank, 87 N.J. 163 (1981). The initial burden of...
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Decision by the U.S. District Court is helpful to lenders and loan servicers who are sued in New Jersey by borrowers, following a foreclosure action. The entire controversy doctrine provides an impo
Enforceability of predispute contracts such as arbitration provisions, class-action waivers and jury waivers
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