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Can a NY licensed lawyer provide legal services (buy/sell) to a NJ real property without NJ License?


Can a New York licensed lawyer provide legal services to a New Jersey Real Property (buy/sell) without obtaining a New Jersey License? A lawyer only has NY License admits he helped a NJ resident purchase a real property locates in NJ. His law firm acknowledges that they can't provide legal services to a NJ real property. His involvement in the deal violates NJSA 2C:21-22. Despite of the fact, a Bergen County Municipal Court Judge still rules that no probable cause was found, and the lawyer was allowed to go free. (Note: The Lawyer was never admitted pro hac vice in any NJ court.)

 

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    Larry Wall 3 years ago

    Someone has to present the details as you have to the news organizations--NY Times, local TV stations networks, reporters who specialize in these kinds of stories. It is from information provided by people like you that reporters find the stories.


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