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NJ Reiterates Good Faith Requirement in Commercial Contracts

Posted:
04/18/2005
Services:
Real Estate Services, Real Estate Finance, Real Estate Litigation

In this article, Martin J. Doyle, Partner in the Transactional Real Estate Practice Group in the Philadelphia office, examine the recent reiteration by the New Jersey Supreme Court that business transactions in New Jersey are subject to a requirement of "fair dealing," by focusing on the case Brunswick Hills Racquet Club Inc. v. Route 18 Shopping Center Associates.

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