Affordable Housing in New Jersey
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Learn about the current state of the Mount Laurel Doctrine and affordable housing law and how it affects real estate development in New Jersey.
The Mount Laurel Doctrine and affordable housing law have affected real estate development in New Jersey for the past thirty years. Recent Court decisions have altered the landscape for development yet again.
Learn about the latest changes in this highly regulated and heavily litigated field. These reference materials will present the Mount Laurel Doctrine and affordable housing law in New Jersey, including coverage of: its historical basis and regulatory methodologies; the current status of affordable housing laws and obligations; recent developments surrounding the Supreme Court's decision invalidating the regulatory growth share methodology; the relationship between affordable housing law and principles of traditional land use law; and strategies and approaches for addressing affordable housing obligations from private and public sector perspectives.
Benefits for You
•Discover the latest developments in this often-changing field of law
•Learn about strategies to address Affordable Housing obligations and cope with their impact on real estate development
•Become aware of the relationship of traditional land use law to affordable housing law
Moderator: Jeffrey L. Kantowitz, Esq.
Abe Rappaport, Attorney at Law
Art Bernard, P.P.
Bernard and Nebenzahl, LLC
Richard J. Hoff Jr.
Bisgaier Hoff, LLC
J. Creigh Rahenkamp, AICP, NJPP
Creigh Rahenkamp & Associates