NJ Court Revives $18M Condo Defects Suit

Law360, New York (February 3, 2014, 2:43 PM EST) -- A New Jersey appeals court has revived a condominium association's $18 million lawsuit over construction defects, saying in an opinion published Friday that the lower court had wrongly found that the association did not first obtain the unit owners' approval to file suit.

The appeals court found that the interest of AJD Construction Co. and other developers named as defendants in the 2008 lawsuit brought by Port Liberte II Condominium Association Inc. over construction defects in a Jersey City, N.J., condominium development was satisfied when unit...
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