The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled Monday that an attorney may void a real estate contract on behalf of client by fax or email, updating a 1983 ruling that said contracts had to be voided by certified mail, telegram or personal delivery.

What matters most, wrote Justice Lee Solomon for the unanimous court in Conley v. Guerrero, is that the affected party receive actual notice, and not the method of delivery.

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