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New Jersey Appeals Court Reaffirms Factors Establishing Corporate Successor Liability Under New Jersey Law

Posted by December 13, 2014 ,

In an unpublished decision issued on December 11, 2014, the Appellate Division of the Superior Court of New Jersey was confronted with deciding whether a corporation was the successor in interest to the plaintiff's former commercial tenant such that the corporation should be held liable for tenant's breach of the lease. 40 Eisenhower Drive, LLC v. ... Read More.

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Not Every Error Justifies Vacating a Sheriff’s Sale When it Would Serve no Purpose, says NJ Appellate Court

Posted by December 1, 2014

In an unpublished opinion issued on June 25, 2014, the New Jersey Appellate Division cited principles of equity in rejecting a homeowner's request to vacate a sheriff’s sale based on his allegation of not receiving notice of the sale date in strict compliance with New Jersey Court Rule 4:65-2.  The Court affirmed the Chancery Judge's ruling ... Read More.

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