Tag: Time of application rule

NJ Supreme Court Clarifies MLUL Time of Application Rule

In Dunbar Homes, Inc. v. Zoning Board of Adjustment of Franklin Twp., the Supreme Court of New Jersey (MLUL) clarified the Time of Application Rule. It held that an application for development is only complete when all required documents are submitted for review, including all documents mandated under a municipal

New Jersey Supreme Court to Address “Time of Application Rule”

The Supreme Court of New Jersey recently agreed to consider Dunbar Homes, Inc. v. The Zoning Board of Adjustment of the Township of Franklin. The case involves when a submission to the planning board should be considered an “application for development” that triggers the “time of application rule.” Time of

NJ Appeals Court Clarifies Time of Application Rule

NJ Appeals Court Clarifies Time of Application Rule

In Jai Sai Ram, LLC et al. v. Planning/ Zoning Bd. of the Borough of S. Toms River et al., the Appellate Division held that the time of application rule does not apply where, after a property owner or developer submits an application for a use variance, the municipality amends