4-Year Statute of Limitations | Breach of Contract Claims NJ UCC

Posted by January 27, 2016 , ,

In New Jersey, the easiest way to get tripped up in filing a  breach of contract lawsuit is to misconstrue the applicable statute of limitations.  As a general rule, lawsuits for breach of contract in New Jersey must be filed within six (6) years of the date the cause of action accrues.  See N.J.S.A. 2A:14-1.  However, clients and practitioners ... Read More.

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New Jersey Judgment Search

Posted by January 22, 2016 , , , ,

NEW JERSEY JUDGMENT SEARCH Need to find out whether someone you're doing business with or about to enter into a business transaction with has debt problems? Or perhaps you just want to check your name against the New Jersey state database of judgments? The New Jersey Judiciary website offers a free judgment lien search for judgments docketed in T ... Read More.

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New Jersey Appeals Court Confirms Statute of Limitations In Fraudulent Asset Transfer Claims

Posted by January 18, 2016 , , ,

In a published decision issued on January 12, 2016, the New Jersey Appellate Division confirmed that the same 4-year statute of limitations period for asserting fraudulent asset transfer claims applies in commercial transactions and tort claims regardless whether or not the creditor has obtained a judgment.  Rosario, et al. vs. Marco Construction ... Read More.

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