The City of Englewood, N.J., won a partial victory Monday in its effort to stop construction at the Libyan-owned residential property that was to be a site for Col. Muammar Qaddafi to pitch his Bedouin tent during a U.S. visit.

Bergen County Chancery Judge Peter Doyne granted a temporary restraining order against exterior work on the property in light of Englewood’s claims of site violations on the project. Doyne set a date of Sept. 18 for arguments in City of Englewood v. Mission of the Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya .

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