Andrew S. Kohut

Andrew Kohut

Andrew S. Kohut

Partner

(201) 587-0888  Ext. 6408

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Andrew’s practice is concentrated in land use and planning, development and commercial real estate transactions. His representation encompasses all aspects of the development process from the initial planning stages to approvals at the Municipal, County and State levels. Andrew has successfully appeared before land use boards throughout New Jersey handling a wide array of site plan and variance applications. Andrew also has experience successfully representing Municipal land use boards.

AREAS OF PRACTICE
Land Use Law
Real Estate Law
Zoning Law

EDUCATION
J.D., Rutgers University, 2004
B.S., State University of
New York at Binghamton 2001

BAR ADMISSIONS
New Jersey, 2004
New York, 2005

AFFILIATIONS
Speaker at Land Use
Symposium and Basic Course
in Land Use Law and Planning
Training Program 2008-2016

AWARDS
Super Lawyers Rising Star
Land Use/Zoning 2013

Articles by Andrew S. Kohut

Is a Developer Responsible for Offsite Traffic?

When presenting an application before a Planning Board, one of the issues which a Board may seek to delve into ...
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What Can I Do On My Own Property? A Primer on Permitted Uses

Imagine your family has owned a property your great grandfather purchased in 1920. Now imagine that when you try to ...
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New Jersey Supreme Court Rejects COAH’s Rules

Hot off the press, in a September 26, 2013 Opinion, the New Jersey Supreme Court rendered their decision on In ...
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When To Use A Land Use Contingency

Many first time homebuyers that I represent commonly comment about how stressful the process of purchasing a home is. And ...
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N.J. Affordable Housing

It appears that the state of flux concerning New Jersey's affordable housing obligation will continue. On October 8, 2010, the ...
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The Ever Changing World of New Jersey’s Affordable Housing Obligation

In Southern Burlington County NAACP V. Twp of Mount Laurel, 92 N.J. 158 (1983) the Supreme Court reiterated that every ...
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When Does Condemnation Go Too Far?

The first thing people think of when they hear words “condemnation” or “eminent domain” is the government's ability to take ...
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New Jersey Requires That You Promptly Pay The Contractor

On September 1, 2006, Governor Joe Corzine signed legislation formalizing prompt payment of construction contracts to prime contractors by landowners ...
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