Tung v. Briant Park Homes, Inc., 287 N.J. Super. 232 (App. Div. 1996) — Case clarified when and under what circumstances a purchaser of the condominium unit could assert a claim for breach of the Planned Real Estate Development Full Disclosure Act, N.J.S.A. 45:22A-21 et seq.
In re Request for Solid Waste Utility Customer Lists, 106 N.J. 508 (1987) — Case clarified when a customer list may or may not be protected given the public interest considerations.
Lamb v. Global Landfill, 111 N.J. 134 (1988) — Case clarified under what circumstances an injured party was able to extend the time for filing a Notice of Tort Claim
Horosz v. Alps Estates, 132 N.J. 134 (1994) — Case clarified when Statute of Repose might restart running
Nobrega v. Edison Glen Associates, 167 N.J. 520 (2001) — Case clarified when newly adopted statute undercut vesting rights of individuals
First National State Bank v. Commonwealth Savings & Loan, 610 F.2d 164 (3rd 1980) — Case holds that specific performance is a proper remedy against the permanent lender in order for the lender to be certain and honor its standby loan commitment.
Carlyle Towers Condo Association v. CrossLand Savings, 944 F. Supp. 341 (D.N.J. 1996) — Case clarifies the standards for by which a law firm was not required to withdraw from representation where the firm had previously represented a subsidiary of bank which was the primary defendant in an action.
Cardell Inc. v. Piscatelli, 277 N.J. Super. 149 (App. Div. 1994) — Case clarifies when a court is determined to have abused its discretion in not permitting the filing of an amended counter- claim.
Appeal of Adoption of N.J.A.C. 5:25A-1.1, 266 N.J. Super. 625 (App. Div. 1993) — Case limited the ability of an administrative department to adopt regulations when they were contrary to the legislative intent behind the subject statute.
Jersey City v. Roosevelt Stadium Arena, 210 N.J. Super. 315 (App. Div. 1986), certif. den., 110 N.J. 152 (1988) — Case held that formal governmental action was required in order to approve a settlement where a municipality is a party to the action.
Vines v. Orange Memorial Hospital, 192 N.J. Super. 496 (App. Div. 1984) — Case established that failure to issue summons for a lengthy period of time still did not justify dismissal of the action unless prejudice can be shown.
Fidelity Land Development v. Reider & Sons Building & Development Co., 151 N.J. Super. 502 (App. Div. 1977) — Case provided that mere paper transfer of title by mortgagor to its principal stockholder did not cause the note to accelerate.