NJ Justices Probe Lien Holder Standing In Development Suit

Law360 (February 26, 2018, 8:20 PM EST) -- The New Jersey Supreme Court suggested Monday that a holder of tax liens on a neighboring property could have standing to challenge plans for an industrial campus on an adjacent parcel, tackling what a state appellate panel has said is an issue of first impression for state courts.

In reviewing the appellate ruling that the lien holder lacked standing, the court examined whether the company, Linden 587 LLC, met the definition of an “interested party” under the state’s Municipal Land Use Law and could pursue a...
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