Primarily residential condominium associations can’t be sued for injuries on adjoining public sidewalks, a New Jersey appeals court held Monday in a case of first impression.

The published opinion in Luchejko v. City of Hoboken, A-5702-07, is the latest in a string of cases that have created a double standard of property owner liability resulting from poorly maintained abutting sidewalks.

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