A Concrete Decision: ‘Qian’ and the Evolution of Sidewalk Liability (NJ)

In the past 20 years, the number of common-interest communities in New Jersey has grown exponentially. Today, we all seem to know someone living in such a community, whether it be an active adult senior community, a condominium building or a development of detached single-family homes. Read the article………..


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