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February 20, 2024 John J. Scura III

Navigating the Complexities of Federal Tort Claims Act Cases

February 13, 2024 John J. Scura III Foreclosure

Filing a Motion for Surplus Funds After a Mortgage Foreclosure In New Jersey

Losing your home to a foreclosure can be a very difficult and upsetting process. This process can seem overwhelming and daunting, and it often leaves homeowners worried about their rights and...

January 29, 2024 John J. Scura III Chapter 11, Business Bankruptcy

Top Ten Reasons Why a Small Business Chapter 11 Under Subchapter V of the Bankruptcy Code May Be Better

A small business Chapter 11 under Subchapter V of the Bankruptcy Code has many more advantages than the traditional Chapter 11. Our firm obtained the first confirmed Chapter 11 plan under Subchapter...

November 28, 2023 John J. Scura III Commercial & Residential Real Estate

Top 10 Legal Issues to Look Out for When Purchasing a Property at Sheriff Sale in New Jersey

Purchasing a house at a sheriff's sale in New Jersey can be a complex  process, and there are several legal issues and considerations you should be  aware of. Keep in mind that real estate...
September 14, 2023 John J. Scura III Commercial & Residential Real Estate

Home Inspection Checklist and Legal Issues in a Real Estate Purchase In New Jersey

When you enter a contract to purchase a property in New Jersey it is essential that you allow for sufficient time to conduct and inspection of the property and provide a list of demands for repairs...

August 15, 2023 John J. Scura III

How to Best Deal with Student Loans in 2023 with Current Legal Uncertainty

The student loan debt crisis is a major financial burden for many Americans and the recent Supreme Court decision has created chaos for student loan borrowers in need of relief. In 2023, the average...

August 7, 2023 John J. Scura III

New Jersey Rule of Evidence 611 Allows Leading Questions of an Adverse Party Without First Establishing that the Witness Is Hostile

What is a Leading Question?

June 5, 2023 John J. Scura III Personal Injury

Does Immigration Status or Being an Illegal Alien Matter when Bringing a Personal Injury Action in New Jersey?

In New Jersey there are approximately a half-million undocumented immigrants living and working with the State. These individuals have often come to the United States seeking better opportunities for...

April 28, 2023 John J. Scura III

10 Rules to Purchasing Property at Sheriff Sale in New Jersey

Purchasing properties at a Sheriff Sale in New Jersey can be a great way to get a good deal on real estate but many potential pit falls exist that you must be concerned with. As an investor and...

February 1, 2023 John J. Scura III

How a Statute of Repose can Affect Your Claim in New Jersey

What is a Statute of Repose in New Jersey?

In New Jersey, a "statute of repose" is a legal concept that imposes a time limit within which a lawsuit must be filed against a defendant. Statute of...

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