Griffin Alexander, P.C., is a law firm serving business and personal needs of clients throughout New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Our firm unites principles of law and the needs of its clients to protect the interests of those it serves.
Griffin Alexander, P.C. provides representation in a myriad of practice areas, including: Community Association Law, Landlord/Tenant Law, Land Use & Zoning Law, Disability Law, Real Estate Law And Closings, Wills, Trusts & Estate Law, Municipal Law, General Litigation, Commercial Law, And Business Startups. All services are offered in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. In order to keep pace with its expanding practice located in Randolph, New Jersey, the firm has added office spaces in New York City, New York, East Brunswick, New Jersey and Mount Laurel, New Jersey.
We are committed to providing client satisfaction by being cognizant of our clients’ circumstances, delivering individualized service and a quality work product. Our clients' needs are a priority for us and we will ensure you receive the specialized attention you deserve. These goals are continually reached by rising to the challenge of the subject at hand, regardless of its complexity.
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January 17, 2020
A new bill, passed on April 29, 2019 (N.J.S.A. 46:8B-21), signed into law by Governor Phil Murphy, extends lien priority for condominium associations and creates similar lien priority protections for homeowner associations. For many years, the New Jersey Condominium Act has permitted the filing of liens against condominium units when assessments remain unpaid. Homeowner association, because they were not included in the Act, provided for the filing of liens in their governing documents. These liens served as the basis for foreclosure against units in serious arrears. The ability to file liens and foreclose provided a substantial benefit to the fiscal stability of community associations throughout the State. Without the ability to file liens and foreclose on them, abandoned units, units falling into serious disrepair due to owner inability to afford to pay maintenance or afford repairs, and units in which residents are otherwise judgment-proof, would substantially increase the monetary burden on those who do pay their maintenance fees, and would reduce the marketability of all Units in the community.
January 17, 2020
A new bill titled NJ S3124, was signed into law by Governor Phil Murphy on January 13, 2020. This bill requires landlords to allow tenants to pay rent up to three business days after an eviction order or lockout is executed and requires landlords to accept rent payments by any means.
January 15, 2020
The new bill is titled S1493 Sca (1R) and it was signed into law by Gov. Phil Murphy on Monday, January 13, 2020. Generally, the new legislation aims at landlords who require renters to agree to automatic monthly debit payments as a condition of entering a new lease or renewing a lease. The new legislation prohibits landlords from requiring residential tenants to pay rent and other related charges through electronic funds transfer and it requires landlords to provide receipts for cash payments.
January 13, 2020
New York City has established a city-funded right to counsel for low-income tenants facing eviction proceedings. The right to counsel law, Local Law 136 of 2017, amended the New York City Administrative Code § 26-1301 et seq. The law now requires New York City to build up the capacity of the City’s nonprofit legal services organizations over five years so that by 2022, the nonprofit organizations will be able to provide attorney representation for every low-income household in New York City that is subject to eviction in Housing Court.
December 18, 2019
Lawsuits arising from claims between landlords and tenants, or between community associations and unit owners, are unfortunately not uncommon. Whether acting as the Plaintiff or Defendant, it is important to understanding the basics of each type of suit before initiating or replying.
415 Route 10
Randolph, NJ 07869
East Brunswick Office
197 Route 18 South
Suite 3000, South Wing
East Brunswick, NJ 08816
Mount Laurel Office
309 Fellowship Road
East Gate Center, Suite 200
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
New York Office
New York, NY 10004