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Navigating a Commercial Tenant’s Leasehold Rights in Foreclosure

Posted by September 6, 2018 , , ,

In this post we examine New Jersey law governing a commercial tenant's rights in the context of a foreclosure suit filed by the landlord's mortgage lender. If you are a commercial tenant whose landlord is being sued in foreclosure, or a lender contemplating whether to name a tenant in a foreclosure suit then this post is a must read. A lease betwe ... Read More.

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Judgment Creditors Cannot Partition Property Held by Spouses as Tenants by Entirety

Posted by May 20, 2018 , ,

In a case of first impression the New Jersey Appellate Division crushed the hopes of judgment creditors from forcing a partition sale of property owned by a married couple as tenants by the entirety in order to satisfy the judgment debt obtained against only spouse. Jimenez v. Jimenez, Docket No. A-2495-16 (App. Div. May 8, 2018).  In this famil ... Read More.

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NJ Limited Partner Liability for Partnership Debts

Posted by March 21, 2018 , ,

NJ Limited Partner Liability: Can a Limited Partner be Held Liable for a Limited Partnership’s Debts? In limited circumstances the answer is “yes”. Under New Jersey’s Uniform Partnership Law a limited partner is protected from liability from the limited partnership’s obligations except in two instances: (1) Where the limited partner i ... Read More.

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Orders Compelling or Denying Contractual Arbitration Provisions Are Directly Appealable

Posted by February 22, 2018 , , ,

In a published decision issued on February 16, 2018, the Superior Court of New Jersey Appellate Division clarified that a trial court's decision to compel or deny enforcement of a contractual arbitration provision constitutes a "final order" that triggers the 45-day appeal period provided under R. 2:4-4.  Hayes v. Turnersville Chrysler Jeep, Docke ... Read More.

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