Reviving Dormant Projects - The Expiration of the Permit Extension Act and Other Due Diligence Issues

NJBA Atlantic Builders Convention 2016

After extending the validity of permits and approvals for nearly a decade, the Permit Extension Act is finally expiring. The tolling period has ended for many permits as of Jan. 1, and will end completely as of June 30. Hear from a panel of experts on life after the PEA, including strategies for obtaining additional extensions from local land use boards per the MLUL; strategies for re-applying for local land use approvals when extensions are unavailable or denied; obtaining new or re-issued permits, approvals and LOIs from DEP and other state and county agencies; and due diligence when reviewing dormant projects.


Robert Washburn, Of Counsel, Flaster Greenberg PC

Date & Time:

Thursday, March 31, 2016
9:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.


Atlantic City Convention Center 
Atlantic City, NJ

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