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The Law Journal’s Nov. 30 article about the reaction to the recent Appellate Division ruling in Sullivan v. Max Spann Real Estate & Auction Co. (“Real Estate Attorneys Weigh In on Ruling Affecting Attorney Review Period for Auctions”) misses the central point of the case. I should know, because I represented the buyer in the appeal, which is now headed to the New Jersey Supreme Court as a result of the dissenting opinion of Judge Fuentes.

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