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Attorneys’ Fees in Residential Leases

Posted March 1, 2014Publications

Posted by Adam S. Kessler, Esq.

After the New Jersey Supreme Court’s recent decision in Green v. Morgan Properties, 215 N.J. 431 (2013), it is advisable that flat fees for attorney services included in residential leases have a direct and actual connection to time spent on a particular matter.

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Condominium Associations and Unit Owner Bankruptcies

Posted January 17, 2014Publications

Posted by Adam S. Kessler, Esq.

Condominium associations, their boards and management companies often are uncertain how to handle collection of assessments after a unit owner has filed for bankruptcy.

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Memo – Foreclosure Update 11.2.11.

Posted November 2, 2011Publications

Posted by Adam S. Kessler, Esq.

Update on the current status of residential mortgage foreclosures in New Jersey.

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Consequences of Homeowners’ Association Maintenance Arrears on Third-Party Purchasers at Sheriff’s Sales

Posted January 4, 2010Publications

Posted by Adam S. Kessler, Esq. (Published in New Jersey Law Journal)

New Jersey case law holds that unpaid maintenance assessments and late charges assessed by a homeowners' assocation survive a foreclosure judgment and a sheriff's sale if recorded bylaws and deed convenants of the homeowners' assocation state that such obligation follows a subsequent owner.

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