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Real Estate Issues

Posted December 25, 2017

New Jersey was hit incredibly hard by the 2008 recession, and though recovery was slow, the real estate market eventually bounced back throughout the state, according to   At the outset, many transactions appear more simple than they really are.  Even in a seemingly straightforward transaction,  a title problem can swiftly interfere with parties’ expectations […]

How to Handle Disputes Between Partners & Shareholders

Posted August 15, 2016

Often parties who hold a financial interest in a business, fall into dispute. Like spouses, business partners may have internal strife and end up “splitting” for any number of reasons including: disagreements about the direction of the business a partner’s wrongful conduct disputes about capital contributions and / or appropriate compensation power struggles between partners a […]

New Jersey’s Statute of Frauds and Real Estate Transactions

Posted July 31, 2016

Purchasing real estate may be one of the most important business decisions for a New Jersey business entity and is certainly one of the most important transactions for the average family. Because real estate transactions commonly give rise to commercial litigation, the Legislature enacted the Statute of Frauds, which requires that real estate contracts be in […]

Top Zoning Issues To Look Out For

Posted February 28, 2016

Local, state and federal law all impact land use.  Zoning restrictions often limit how commercial property owners and tenants use or improve property. Use Use-restrictions control the types of businesses that may operate in a particular area.  While a structure of a given size may be permitted of right in a particular zone, certain types […]

What Is An Easement?

Posted January 29, 2016

When purchasing a property, you may learn that the property is benefitted or burdened by an “easement.”  Depending on the type of easement, it may be something that could affect your decision to purchase a property or the price you are willing to pay. So what is an easement? An easement is an interest in […]

Commercial Real Estate Due Diligence

Posted January 21, 2016

Purchasing commercial real estate is an investment. Like any other investment you should perform appropriate due diligence to avoid costly mistakes. Contracts Negotiation is the key to a good contract.  Having this expectation from the beginning can save a lot of time and headache when dealing with the seller especially if they aren’t willing to […]