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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. » Read More

Jan 12, 2015

Flag On The Play: Tortious Interference

In football, if you interfere with the receiver trying to catch the ball, that’s pass interference. In basketball, if you impede the forward progress of the player with the ball, you will draw a foul. In baseball, it is illegal to interfere with the runner between the base paths. » Read More

May 06, 2013

Court Slams Plaintiffs in Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act Case Brought Against Developer

In May 2010, I wrote a post about the serious consequences that could flow from a developer’s violation of the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act (“ILSA”).

Recently, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals rejected a purchaser’s claim that a developer’s technical violation of ILSA gave the purchaser the right to rescind their contract. » Read More

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