1820 Amwell, L.L.C. v. Patti

Posted April 30, 2012Adam S. Kessler, Esq.Published and Representative Opinions

In 1820 Amwell, L.L.C. v. Patti, (App. Div. 2012), the Appellate Division held, in a summary dispossess action, that upon delivery of the Sheriff's Deed the purchaser at Sheriff's sale is vested with a fixed and legal right to collect rent, retroactive to the date of the Sheriff's sale.

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Hageman v. 28 Glen Park Assoc., LLC

Posted February 1, 2008 • • Published and Representative Opinions

Hageman v. 28 Glen Park Assoc., LLC, 402 N.J. Super 43 (Ch. Div. 2008): In this case a foreclosed homeowner brought an action against the third party bidder at Sheriff’s sale. David Kessler & Associates filed a motion to dismiss the homeowner’s Complaint prior to trial. The Court granted the motion and dismissed the homeowner’s action, holding that the homeowner, who had initially obtained a stay of the foreclosure sale based upon false statements to the Court, was precluded by the Doctrine of Unclean Hands from maintaining an action against the third party bidder.

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In re Connors

Posted August 3, 2007 • • Published and Representative Opinions

In re Connors, 497 F3d 314 (3d Cir. 2007): In Connors, the Court of Appeals followed the “Gavel Rule”, holding that a homeowner cannot cure a mortgage default beyond the day of the foreclosure sale.

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Tobar Construction Company v. R.C.P. Associates

Posted August 16, 1996 • • Published and Representative Opinions

Tobar Construction Company v. R.C.P. Associates, 293 N.J. Super 409 (App. Div. 1996)

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