NJ High Court Tackles Tolling Of Liens In Bankruptcy

Law360, New York (January 27, 2014, 7:48 PM ET) -- New Jersey's Supreme Court accepted on Friday an appeal from a couple who sued to cancel Citi Mortgage Inc.’s lien against them following a bankruptcy, leading a judge to toll Citi’s yearlong period for challenging the discharge because it was unaware of the bankruptcy.

New Jersey’s high court granted certification to Robert and Kathleen Gaskill, who appealed a trial court’s decision to toll Citi’s one-year period to exercise a lien against two real properties they owned. The Gaskills got the debt owed to Citi discharged in...
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