In a recent decision that has been approved for publication, a New Jersey appeals court held that a restrictive covenant purporting to limit the number of trees a residential property owner could remove from their property was unenforceable for being vague and ambiguous.
The New Jersey Supreme Court has reminded us, once again, that dishonesty in applying for insurance coverage can result in no coverage at all.
A recent decision of the Appellate Division affirmed a ruling by the Board of Public Utilities that a farm did not constitute a brownfield for purposes of obtaining solar renewable energy certificates under the Electric Discount and Energy Competition Act.
In 2008, the New Jersey State Legislature enacted the “Statewide Non-Residential Development Fee Act”, which is a part of the New Jersey Municipal Land Use Law, N.J.S.A. 40:55D-8.1 – 8.7. The purpose of the Act was to impose a uniform system of exactions for non-residential development contributions to Affordable Housing Trust Funds as there had previously been a patchwork of different Ordinances throughout the state imposing such fees.
Even if your settings on sites like Facebook are “private”, Courts are allowing disclosure of posts, photos and other information from your so-called “private” accounts.
NPD recently represented St. Augustine Prep before the Buena Vista Township land use board for site plan approvals concerning an expansion of the school and the introduction of a directional sign pictured here.
Today the N.J. Appellate Division upheld the City of Hoboken's affordable housing ordinance and held that a trial court erred in invalidating the zoning approval conditions related to compliance with the municipal affordable housing ordinance's provisions.
The world of real estate closings on the purchase and sale of residential property, using mortgage financing, will soon be changing. The Federal Government, in an effort to protect buyers, is making their lives and the lives of all parties to a residential transaction more complicated.
Nehmad Perillo & Davis partner Eric Goldstein recently obtained a full dismissal of an ethics complaint containing numerous allegations of wrongful and unethical conduct against one of his clients.