2024 NJ Court Rules - Annotated
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NJ Court Rules - Annotated
Comments & Annotations by Sylvia B. Pressler & Peter G. Verniero
Since 1969, the single most authoritative work on procedure under the New Jersey Civil, Criminal, Family, Municipal, Tax and Appellate Court rules.
Online Edition: 3 Revisions Annually, Updated regularly via paragraph-by-paragraph "What's New" feature & "Gann Alert" emails.
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