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Apr 10, 2017

The Telegram Has Gone the Way of the Horse & Buggy In Residential Real Estate Transactions

The New Jersey Supreme Court last week dragged residential real estate contracts out of the dark ages when it ruled that an attorney’s notice of disapproval of a real estate contract may be transmitted by fax, e-mail, personal delivery, or overnight mail with proof of delivery. Noticeably absent from the modes of acceptable notice is that hoary method of reaching out and touching someone: the telegram.» Read More

Jun 22, 2010

The Distress of Distraint

In the previous blog entry, I highlighted the need for commercial landlords to specify in their leases the manner in which the tenant’s personal property is dealt with upon termination of the lease, either by its terms or by way of court action (summary dispossess).  Doing so gives the commercial landlord the flexibility needed to get the newly vacated space ready for re-letting.» Read More

May 14, 2010

Best Way To Avoid The Anticipated Impending Green Litigation Rush

Going “Green” is one of the most talked about recent developments in the commercial real estate industry.  The idea behind the concept is to reduce the impact of a building project on the health of its occupants and the natural environment by the efficient use of resources, protecting occupant health, increasing productivity, and reducing waste pollution and environmental degradation. 

Laudable goals indeed. » Read More

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