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New Jersey Foreclosure Law & Practice 2019

  • ID: 4749353
  • Book
  • December 2018
  • Region: United States
  • 652 Pages
  • ALM Media, LLC
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Since this book was originally published in 2001, New Jersey has experienced record numbers of foreclosures. The large volume of foreclosures has, in turn, led to significant revisions of the Court Rules applicable to foreclosures, as well as legislative reform. In addition, the courts have rendered countless decisions refining and, in some cases, changing existing law.

Recent developments include new pleading requirements, electronic filing, additional defenses, mediation, extended redemption, non-recourse, carve-out provisions, changes in municipal tax lien procedure, and revisions to the Bankruptcy Code. Includes CD with over 300 forms.

"Tross' book is a valuable research tool.  It is well organized, so that it is easy to find the topic you seek." - Lawrence J. Fineberg, NJ Regional Counsel, Chicago Title Insurance Co., Author of NJ Title Practice

"Excellent resource. I use it regularly." - Eric Salant, Esq., Holmdel

"Well written and comprehensive; a must read for any real estate practitioner." - Christopher J. LaMonica, Brick Township

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Chapters Include:

1.The Fair Foreclosure Act

2.The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act

3.Default and Acceleration

4.Parties in a Foreclosure Action

5.The Foreclosure Complaint

6.The Notice of Pendency

7. Receiverships in Foreclosure

8.Responses to the Foreclosure Complaint

9.Typical Borrower Defenses

10.Disposition of the Foreclosure Action

11.Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale

12.The Foreclosure Sale


14.Deficiency Actions

15.Surplus Money Proceedings

16.Municipal Tax Liens

17.Condominium and Homeowners Association Liens



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Scott T. Tross, a partner in the Newark office of Herrick, Feinstein LLP, represents money center and regional banks, insurance companies, investment banks, mortgage companies, servicers of securitized portfolios and investors in distressed debt.  He represented the lender in MetLife Capital Financial Corp. v. Washington Avenue Associates, L.P.,159 N.J. 484 (1999), which reversed the Appellate Division by enforcing default rate interest and late charges.  He is a graduate of Yale University, summa cum laude, Phil Beta Kappa, and Harvard Law School.
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