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Previous Property Manager Charged with Embezzling and Laundering Stolen Funds from Hamilton Park CO-OP.

Nicolas DePaola of Ewing New Jersey was indicted on twelve charges for embezzling and laundering stolen money from his prior client, Hamilton Park CO-OP. On April 1, 2022, a Mercer County grand jury has indicted DePaola on charges of first-degree financial facilitation of criminal activity, second degree theft by unlawful taking, second-degree theft by failure Read More

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Amended Law Allows Additional Time for Condo Associations to Sue Developers

Governor Phil Murphy signed into law an amendment to the New Jersey Statute of Limitations, which allows more time for condominium and cooperative associations to sue real estate developers in certain circumstances. New Jersey’s Statute of Limitations, N.J.S.A. 2A:14-1, has for years stated that any plaintiff has six years from the date of accrual to Read More

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Appellate Division Rejects Property Owner Challenge to Condemnation Designation as Out of Time Under Local Housing Redevelopment Law

A Lindenwold woman was out of time to challenge her property’s condemnation designation when she did not challenge the condemnation until three years after the land use board passed a resolution recommending the designation, the Appellate Division held this April. In Borough of Lindenwold v. Mildred Jackson et al., Docket No. A-1308-20 (App. Div. April Read More

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Amended Law Allows Additional Time for Condo Associations to Sue Developers

Governor Phil Murphy signed into law an amendment to the New Jersey Statute of Limitations, which allows more time for condominium and cooperative associations to sue real estate developers in certain circumstances. New Jersey’s Statute of Limitations, N.J.S.A. 2A:14-1, has for years stated that any plaintiff has six years from the date of accrual to Read More

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Homeowner Associations Must Enforce Social Distancing Rules

We have seen some community association managers take the position that compliance with government ordered social distancing and stay at home orders are government problems, not community association issues. Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich sees this in a different light. We believe that community associations cannot ignore these highly unusual public obligations. Community Associations Must Stop Read More

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New Jersey Appeals Court Says “Ongoing Storm Rule” No Longer Applies to Commercial Real Estate — Will This Lead to A Slippery Slope?

For years many lawyers and property owners in New Jersey believed that the “ongoing storm rule” was applicable in this state.  Under that rule a commercial property owner had no duty to treat or remove snow or ice during a storm.  The duty arose after the storm ended at which time reasonable removal efforts had Read More

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Appellate Division Rules in Favor of Defendants in Condo Association Rent Recievership Case

In Woodlake at King’s Grant Condominium Association, Inc. v. Coudriet, the New Jersey Appellate Division addressed the issue of rent receivership in the community association context. Generally, a community association seeks the appointment of a receiver so that it can rent out a vacant unit and use the proceeds to pay overdue assessments, which was Read More

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Court Permits Condo Association to Pursue Contractors for Common Area Damage Absent Unit Owner Approval

In Port Liberte II Condominium Association v. New Liberty Residential Urban Renewal Company, the NJ Appellate Division reinstated a condominium association’s multi-million dollar lawsuit over construction defects, holding that the contractors sued by the Association lacked standing to enforce a bylaw requiring unit owners to approve the litigation before it is filed. The Court further Read More

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Court Rules in Favor of Community Association Business Judgment Rule

The New Jersey Appellate Division recently addressed a community association case, Apple Ridge Condominium Association v. Rodgers, in which a unit owner alleged that the Association caused him to be rejected for a reverse mortgage on his condominium by engaging in bad faith through its involvement in a lawsuit with a group of fee simple Read More

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Condo Association Not Liable for Icy Sidewalk Fall

Icy Sidewalks Find an Audience with the Appellate Division Winter is in full effect. With sidewalks covered in snow, falls on ice are occurring throughout the state. Community associations concerned about their liability regarding these falls can refer to the recent Appellate Division decision in Cuiyun Qian v. Toll Bros. The plaintiff resided with her Read More

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Lieberman Blecher, Fords Man Sue Middlesex Water Company for Stage IV Cancer Caused by PFAS-Contaminated Tap Water

On July 7, 2022, Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich filed suit on behalf of Daniel Sullivan, a 30-year-old man seeking damages from Middlesex Water Company for the testicular cancer he was
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Lieberman Blecher and WoodMeier Farms File Suit Over West Amwell Cannabis Cultivation Facility Septic System

Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich, P.C. and WoodMeier Farms, LLC filed a lawsuit against Green Medicine NJ, LLC, GMNJ Properties, LLC, and the Hunterdon County Health Department on June 30 for
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Lieberman Blecher and Historic Paulus Hook Association Successfully Save Historic Jersey City Buildings from Demolition

Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich, P.C. successfully represented the Historic Paulus Hook Association before the Jersey City Zoning Board on June 7, protecting two historic buildings from demolition. In 2018, St. Peter’s
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Lieberman Blecher and Historic Paulus Hook Association Successfully Save Historic Jersey City Buildings from Demolition

Supreme Court concludes that attorney review period is not a requirement of absolute auction contracts

On June 9, 2022, the New Jersey Supreme Court unanimously decided that attorney review period is not a required contractual provision for a residential real estate sale by absolute auction.
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    As property owners become increasingly aware of PFAS contamination, and as individuals exposed to PFAS learn of the health risks associated with exposure, liability will likely affect entire supply chains.

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