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Free New Jersey Property Tax Relief Analysis for damage caused by Hurricane Sandy

If you or someone you know has suffered devastating damage to commercial or residential real property, you or they may be entitled to Property Tax Relief.  Kenneth A. Porro, Esq., Partner in our Litigation Department, who specializes in Real Property Tax Appeals, is offering to review New Jersey property tax assessments at no charge to those […]

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Paramus Blue Laws Suspended Temporarily- Judge Rules in Favor of County Executive Kathleen Donovan

Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan was successful today in obtaining a Temporary Restraining Order, which restrains temporarily Paramus from “forbidding or precluding any business activity on any Sunday” or otherwise enforcing the Borough’s Blue Laws until such time as Governor Chris Christie rescinds his order or upon a final hearing on the matter. In a […]

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Free New Jersey Property Tax Relief Analysis Available to Those Who Suffered Significant Damage as a Result of Hurricane/Superstorm Sandy

If you or someone you know has suffered devastating damage to your commercial or residential real property, you or they may be entitled to Property Tax Relief.  Kenneth A. Porro, Esq., Partner in our Litigation Department, who specializes in Real Property Tax Appeals, is offering to review New Jersey property tax assessments at no charge […]

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Suspension of Blue Laws – Paramus Mayor vows to fight

It appears that the Bergen County Executive does not agree with Mayor LaBarbiera’s pronouncement that the lifting of the Blue Laws in Paramus will only apply to necessary items and not all retail sales. County Executive Donovan has announced she intends to file a complaint today in New Jersey Superior Court requiring that Paramus fully […]

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Suspension of Blue Laws in Bergen County

Andrew S. Kohut, Esq. advises that given the unprecedented damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, the Governor’s office issued Executive Order No. 109 suspending Bergen County’s Blue Laws.  Therefore, retail establishments are temporarily permitted to operate on Sundays.  Unfortunately, at this time it is not exactly clear whether there are any restrictions as to what goods may […]

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WJ&L in the News!

The Ridgewood News recently ran an article on our client, Garden Homes’ project, The Dayton, in Ridgewood, New Jersey. The Dayton will bring luxury multi-family housing to the Central Business District. Tom Wells, Senior Partner and CFO, is representing Garden Homes on its application before the Ridgewood Planning Board.  The article can be accessed here:http://tinyurl.com/9y3wj8d

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Gov. Christie signs key bills into law

On Friday, Gov. Christie signed into law two bills that our clients, family and friends may find important. The first is the Permit Extension Act.  Andrew Kohut, Esq. had previously blogged when the bill was pending. More information can be found here: http://wjllaw.wordpress.com/2012/07/23/possible-further-extension-of-the-permit-extension-act-2/.  The second is the Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Law (RULLC). More […]

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