Plaintiff's complaint alleging construction defects was properly dismissed because it was filed beyond the statute of limitations which, by contract, ran from the date of substantial completion, and
Where plaintiff was awarded the bid for highway construction, the contract was ambiguous on its face as to whether plaintiff was permitted to permanently close lanes of traffic during construction (a
Based on the legislative imperative expressed in the plain language of the amendment to N.J.S.A. 54:5-54, the public policy of prioritizing municipal liens and encouraging tax-sale foreclosure to ass
...lawyers. In Koen Book Distributors v. Powell Trachtman Logan Carrle Bowman & Lombardo, 02-971, Bartle rejected the firm's argument...
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