Of the 3,680 candidates who sat for the July 2013 New Jersey Bar Examination, results have been provided to 3,609 candidates. Of those, 2,882, or 79.85 percent, passed
The refinancing lender can rely on equitable principles to maintain its priority over a junior lienor
A lawyer who filed two bogus bankruptcies to fend off a foreclosure that threatened his own financial interests has been hit with a two-year suspension — the second in his career
Notice to the bar
A post-judgment bank account levy did not create an ongoing restraint in the creditor's favor and the bank was not required to turnover funds deposited into the account after the date of the levy
An appeals court ruling appears to warn out-of-state lawyers for mortgage lenders - or at least those in states bordering New Jersey - that they can be held liable for malpractice even if they have n
The Construction Lien Law arbitrations in these two related cases did not sufficiently transgress the statute so as to require forfeiture of the respective contractors' liens
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