In New Jersey, developers who disagree with federal agency determinations can also take advantage of the decision to seek judicial determination and not wait for years of litigation to take place, Reinhart says. Listen to our exclusive audio interview.
By: Steve Lubetkin
WEST LONG BRANCH, NJ—New Jersey commercial developers planning development along the Jersey Shore may be able to navigate administrative agencies more quickly, following a recent unanimous US Supreme Court decision in a dispute over what constitutes a navigable waterway, according to Peter Reinhart, director of the Kislak Real Estate Institute and the NJAR/Greenbaum/Ferguson Chair of Real Estate Policy at Monmouth University. [Read More]
Source: GlobeSt.com New Jersey