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NEW JERSEY SUPREME COURT INVALIDATES COAH 3RD ROUND REGULATIONS

After years of legal challenges to the concept of “growth share” devised by the Council on Affordable Housing (“COAH”) as a method of providing for prospective affordable housing need, on September 26, 2013, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled in…


Unanimous Approval from Planning Board

Jeff LehrerPartner Jeff Lehrer, on behalf of his client RMS Liberty Place Urban RenewalEntity LLC, received unanimous approval from the Union, NJ Planning Board for the development of property known as the “Schaefer Salt Redevelopment Property”. Click here for the


New Jersey Supreme Court Decides COAH Is Ineffective and Opens the Courtroom Doors for Enforcement of Municipal Fair Share Housing Obligations – Gives Municipalities 120 Days to Act

This article was initially posted on March 24. On April 14 the post was updated to provide a more in depth analysis of the decision.

On March 10, 2015 the New Jersey Supreme Court took another step in the continuing …




Court enjoins COAH and Executive Branch from seizing affordable housing trust funds collected by municipalities.

In the continuing fallout from the failure of COAH to adopt Third Round Regulations, including those defining when affordable housing trust funds are committed, the Appellate Division was faced with an application from the Fair Share Housing Center to order …