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Tenants who don't act quickly on claims for breach of implied warranty of habitability risk being left out in the cold

USA - June 18 2012 On May 15, 2012, the Appellate Division handed down its decision in Vitiello v. Marques, a commercial landlord tenant dispute....


The devil is in the details: appellate division rules of the sufficiency of public notices

USA - February 23 2012 The Appellate Division on November 14, 2011 decided the case of Rockaway Shoprite Associates, Inc. v. City of Linden....


All hope abandoned ye who enter here (but make sure you take some candy on your way out)

USA - November 3 2011 Some people look forward to the winter holiday season all year (especially retailers), but my my favorite holiday is Halloween....


Who says babies don’t play bocce? Law Division rules on age restricted housing conversion

USA - September 13 2011 With the continuing strain on residential development projects, some developers may seek relief in the form of a recent New Jersey law, which allows for the conversion of age-restricted projects to non age-restricted projects....


Only the squeaky wheel gets the oil

USA - July 27 2011 On July 22, 2011, the Appellate Division affirmed this old adage in Pacilli Homes, LLC v. Township of Harrison....