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Community Associations – What Realtors and Home Buyers Need to Know

Residential community associations are multi-family, attached or detached: Individually owned residences, or residences for which one acquires an exclusive right to occupy (in the form of a long term lease in the case of a cooperative), or a time-limited ownership (in the case of a time-share) with

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Employers scramble to comply with Earned Sick Leave changes in New Jersey

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Starting October 29, 2018 most New Jersey employers are now required to provide employees with earned sick leave to: Care for their own, or a family member’s, physical/mental health or injury; address domestic or sexual violence; attend a child’s school-related meeting, conference, or event; or take care

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Community Association Law Makes a Splash

New Jersey Public Recreational Bathing Code Amendments New rules and regulations updating the New Jersey State Sanitary Code, Chapter IX – Public Recreational Bathing, N.J.A.C. 8:26 became effective on January 16, 2018. Community Association swimming pools, wading pools and hot tubs/spas are considered public recreational bathing facilities

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Changes in NJ Alimony

“Beginning in 2019, the spouse who pays alimony will no longer take the alimony payments as a tax deduction,” notes Larry J. Nagy, Of Counsel for Radom & Wetter, Attorneys at Law. At the same time, the spouse who receives the money no longer includes the alimony

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