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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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Can a Board of Trustees Amend Bylaws without a Vote of Unit Owners?

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The simple answer is yes – with two caveats. Community Association Board Members located In New Jersey may amend the association’s bylaws without a vote of the unit owners under two circumstances. Please follow and like us:

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Fannie Mae responds to lender feedback regarding condos and co-ops

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Updates to Fannie Mae condo, co-op, and Planned Unite Development (PUD) project policies In response to lenders’ input, Fannie Mae has made several updates to their condo, co-op, and Planned Unit Development (PUD) project policies which are designed to increase flexibilities when originating loans secured by units

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NJ Equal Pay and Sick Leave Acts

New Statutes affecting New Jersey Employers New Jersey’s Equal Pay Act goes into effect July 1, 2018 New Jersey’s Paid Sick Leave Act goes into effect October 29, 2018 Once effective, New Jersey will have the most potent equal pay law in the nation. All employers should

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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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Community Association Viewed as a Business for Maintenance Liability

Sidewalk Liability On August 12, 2015, the Supreme Court of New Jersey decided the case of Cuiyun Qian v. Toll Brothers Inc., et als. In that case, the plaintiff and her husband resided in a unit in a community association in the Township of Plainsboro. All areas

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