Real Estate

Attorney Review Update

In a prior blog post, we discussed the Conley v. Guerrero decision, in which Judge Coleman held that an attorney review letter was validly and effectively sent, by fax and email, although the contract in the transaction and the New Jersey Supreme Court decision in New Jersey State Bar Association v. New Jersey Association of Realtor Boards required the letter to …

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Realtors May Be Liable For Failure To Disclose Elevator Deaths

The New Jersey Appellate Division recently reversed a trial court decision dismissing claims against realtors for failure to disclose the deaths of two children in an elevator accident in a private home sold through those realtors. The listing agent was shown to have actual knowledge of the accident and had actually conferred with Coldwell Banker …

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What Is A Rundown?

Typically at some point in a real estate transaction prior to closing, the buyer’s attorney will order a title commitment from a title insurance company.  That commitment will contain all pertinent searches pertaining to the property being purchased, such as judgments, taxes, flood area and tidelands status and county land records.  The title commitment is …

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