Recent Developments in NJ Condominium Case Law

Four recent decisions handed down by New Jersey courts are of significance to condominium developers and associations. The cases deal with: 1) the legal creation of units under the New Jersey Condominium Act; 2) the continuing evolution of sidewalk liability in New Jersey; 3) the creation of an additional theory of recovery for associations involved in construction defect litigation; and 4) the ability to voluntarily waive provisions of the Condominium Act.     Read the article……….


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