Blogs > NJ Real Estate Dispute

inspection

Jul 21, 2011

IN THE NEWS: Bill Being Debated by New Jersey Leaders Would Decrease Municipal Oversight

NJ.com reports: Bill passed by state Senate, headed to the Assembly in the Fall, would prevent municipalities from conducting routine inspections of apartment buildings or charge for them, making those duties the sole domain of the state.  Opponents of the bill say the municipal inspections save lives.   » Read More

Feb 22, 2011

How an Owner Can Spoil a Potentially Good Damage Claim

Guest Blogger: Andrew Linden

As we discussed in our prior entry, How a Commercial Landlord Can Avoid Spoiling a Potentially Good Damage Claim, a landlord/owner has a duty to preserve evidence of alleged damages to its premises in order to avoid a claim of spoliation. » Read More

Dec 22, 2010

Deed In Lieu Transaction in the Commercial Real Estate Setting

The Great Recession has resulted in an inevitable increase in commercial loan defaults (See my post of November 15, 2010, “Lender/Tenant Concerns When a Landlord Defaults on Its Mortgage“).  Any lender will tell you that it would rather avoid foreclosure for obvious reasons. » Read More

Subscribe