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NJ Time-Of-Application Rule Doesn't Bar A Permitted Use

Publisher: Law360
August 5, 2016

Katharine Coffey, Craig Gianetti and Christopher John Stracco wrote an article, "NJ Time-Of-Application Rule Doesn't Bar A Permitted Use," for Law360. The article is about the precedential New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division decision in Jai Sai Ram LLC v. The Planning/Zoning Board of the Borough of South Toms River, Docket No. A-2075-014T2. The case recognized that the time of application rule does not apply to bar a permitted use or require an applicant to refile a development application in order to avail itself of more recent and more favorable zoning. 


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