In a recent unpublished decision, the Appellate Division again confirmed that a zoning board may not reverse course without justification once it has made findings regarding a specific property.

In Oster v. Zoning Board of Adjustment of the Township of Middletown (Docket No. A-0037-17T3, decided January 11, 2019), the applicant sought and obtained a hardship

Thanks to a recent appellate court decision, refinancing mortgage lenders in New Jersey who seek to subrogate to an original mortgagee’s position, but are negligent in discovering intervening judgment liens, can rest easier and not worry that their liens will be subordinated.

In Investors Savings Bank v. Keybank National Association, 2012 WL 762087 (N.J.