When do condominium associations have standing to sue under the (NJ) Consumer Fraud Act?

In a recent decision, the Appellate Division restated and clarified the rules regarding when a condominium association has standing to sue a developer. In Belmont Condominium Association v. Geibel, an association sued the sponsor/developer/contractor of the Belmont, a seven-story, thirty-four unit condominium in Hoboken, asserting common law fraud and negligence claims along with statutory claims under both the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act (“CFA”) and The Planned Real Estate Development Full Disclosure Act (“PREDFDA”).   Read More……


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