Minor Notice Errors Don't Bar RE Projects, NJ Justices Rule

Law360, New York (May 13, 2013, 6:12 PM EDT) -- If it doesn't steer members of the public in the wrong direction, a minor error in the hearing notice that New Jersey developers must issue when their projects come up for municipal review shouldn't doom an application's approval, the state Supreme Court ruled Monday.

The justices made their unanimous ruling in a case brought by Northgate Condominium Association Inc., which challenged an approval that Caliber Builders Inc. won from the Hillsdale, N.J., planning board for an age-restricted housing development on land known as "Golden Orchards."...
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