In an unpublished case addressing a peculiar repair, the Appellate Division recently reiterated one of the basics of common interest ownership: When in doubt, read your documents. Waldstein v. Highview at Hawthorne Ass’n, Inc., A-2281-05T1 (June 12, 2007).
Continue Reading To determine who is responsible for repair or replacement, read your documents

In 1978, the Legislature adopted The New Home Warranty and Builders’ Registration Act, N.J.S.A. 46:3B-1 to -20 (Act). Participating homeowners are permitted to make claims to the Program for defects caused by (1) Afaulty workmanship and defective materials due to noncompliance with the building standards,” (2) faulty installation of plumbing, electrical, [and] heating and cooling