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EXPO 2015

April 15, 2015
Wilshire Grand – West Orange, NJ

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Join our panel of industry professionals featuring Ron Diskin of Ronald Diskin Associates,  Frank Fico of EPremium Insurance and Ralph Petti of Continuity Dynamics as they discuss vital insurance coverages.  Attendees will learn about business continuation in the face of a disaster, the importance of renter’s insurance as well as other tips to help make sure that you are protected properly.    The program will take place at the Wilshire Grand at 350 Pleasant Valley Way, West Orange, NJ.
Learn what you NEED to know to avoid losses, safeguard against bad tenancies and recover your units faster!  Join us on Wednesday, June 10, 2015 as the Property Owners Association features their annual “Landlord-Tenant Law” meeting presented by the law firm of Ehrlich Petriello Gudin & Plaza, P.C.  of Newark, along with Retired Superior Court Judge Mahlon L. Fast, J.S.C.  The program will take place at The Wilshire Grand Hotel, 350 Pleasant Valley Way, West Orange, NJ, and begin at 6:30 p.m.
LATEST ARITCLES FROM THE NEWS & VIEWS

By: Jonathan Mehl, Esq. 

A new directive was issued by the New Jersey Administrative Office of the Courts updating the policies regarding the Special Civil Part Officers.  These Officers are sometimes referred to as Court Officers, and in the past were referred to as Constables.  The purpose of this article is to address the recent directive only as it relates to the job of the Court Officers with landlord - tenant matters.  There are also other aspects of the directive which apply to collection procedures and other responsibilities of the Court Officers.  

The Court Officers’ responsibilities include serving the Landlord/Tenant Summons and Complaint, as well as serving and executing upon the Warrant of Removal.  While the Court Officers work in conjunction with the New Jersey Court System, they are not employees of the Judiciary.  The Court Officers earn their income according to the New Jersey Statute 22A:2-37.2.  

By: Steven R. Buch

An unscrupulous agent will use all the ethical codes and the Realtors standards of practice to beat and cheat everyone.  Here’s an amazingly devious means by which it can be done.  Sellers, take heart and be on your guard.  Read on further, to see how to protect yourself.

So, here’s the typical scenario:  Shelley and Sheila, the “Sorry” Short Sellers are so thankful to the eager agent who will take their short sale listing and put up not one, but two brand new, shiny “for sale” signs.   (Their house is a corner).   The agent will post the listing on one or many multiple listing services and bring an offer, all seemingly in minutes. 
By: Sheldon Greenholtz

    Horace Greeley, journalist and political activist, is famously remembered for his quote, “Go west, young man, go west …”  Although he was a product of 19th Century America, Greeley’s words resonate today, and while we may take the liberty to configure them somewhat differently, the core meaning of the quote is relevant, particularly to our area of specialization.  So, change Go west to go electronic, then we’re right on target. 
     There was a time in the very recent past, when multi-family and commercial property owners, landlords and managers relied solely on consumer classified advertising in the local and regional print media to attract renters and/or prospective buyers; and it was left to the talent and know-how of specialized advertising agencies to provide the methodology, graphics, media selection and the negotiating skills to execute cost-effective and successful advertising campaigns that were geared to specific client requirements and budgets. 

By: David J. Sideman, Esq.

You may find in your efforts to collect on a debt that getting the money judgment is a lot easier than actually getting the money owed. This article will give you an overview of what to do after your day in court.
Essentially, a money judgment states that you (formerly the plaintiff and now the judgment-creditor) are owed a fixed amount of money from the debtor (formerly the defendant and now the judgment-debtor).
In an ideal world, the judgment debtor recognizes his obligation and immediately pays you all moneys due.  However, in case that doesn’t happen for you, there are ways through which you may enforce your judgment and get the money that is owed to you.

If you do not wish to go to too much trouble and do not mind waiting for your money, then you may simply docket the judgment with the Clerk of the Superior Court in Trenton.  Once the judgment is docketed in Trenton, it forms a lien on any real property that the judgment debtor owns.  Should the judgment debtor seek to sell property, or often when he tries to finance any major purchases, he will be required to satisfy the judgment.

If you are unwilling to wait several years, or do not believe your debtor will ever be in a position to make a major purchase, you will have to take a more proactive approach to collecting on your judgment.  Here are a few ways to collect.

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