The New Jersey Appellate Division case of Gebroe-Hammer Associates v. Deal Lake Village Gardens, LLC, et. al., 2020 WL 428795, decided on January 28, 2020 addressed the plaintiff’s claim for a real estate brokerage commission for the sale of a property in Asbury Park, New Jersey.  Although the opinion is unpublished, does not constitute precedent

A New Jersey appellate court ruled in Lopez v. Palin Enterprises, Associated, No. A-0886-17T4 (N.J. App. Div. December 5, 2018) that a tenant’s insurance policy was not the primary coverage for an injury to its employee which occurred within its leased premises.

The defendant in the case, Palin Enterprises, Associated (“Palin”) owned a commercial building

On March 9, 2009, the New Jersey Supreme Court decided the case of Pagano Company v. 48 South Franklin Turnpike, LLC. At issue was “whether a purchaser of commercial property is liable for the real estate broker commissions due under the leases it acquired under a general assignment from the seller.” The decision provides useful guidance