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17 Aug
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Appellate Division Holds Marlboro Subject to Builder’s Remedy Litigation

In re Marlboro Township, issued on August 7, 2015, the Superior Court affirmed COAH’s denial of the township’s third-round re-petition for substantive certification and dismissal from its jurisdiction. Since COAH found Marlboro “failed to act in good faith” in the ...
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12 Aug
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Favorable Decision Issued in Apartment Licensing Fee Case

In Timber Glen v. Township of Hamilton (August 6, 2015 published decision), the Appellate Division agreed with apartment building owners and held that Hamilton Township’s (Atlantic County) licensing ordinance is “invalid as ultra vires and unenforceable.” Pursuant to the NJ ...
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12 Aug
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List of Mount Laurel Declaratory Actions

On March 10, 2015, the New Jersey Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the courts will once again assume the lead role in enforcing the constitutional requirement, imposed by the Mount Laurel doctrine, that municipalities must create realistic opportunities for the ...
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