NJ Justices Won't Review Damages For Dune-Blocked Views

Law360, New York (June 10, 2014, 5:57 PM EDT) -- The New Jersey Supreme Court on Thursday rejected the city of Ocean City, New Jersey’s petition for review of an appeals court decision that the city must compensate two couples whose beachfront views were impeded by sand dunes erected by the municipality.

Without comment, the state’s high court refused to hear Ocean City’s appeal of an Appellate Division ruling last October mandating that the city pay damages to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Talotta, owners of condominiums in the same two-story facility whose view of the ocean was compromised when dunes constructed in 1989...

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