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Stokes v. Township of Piscataway and Zoning Board of Adjustment of Township of Piscataway

New Jersey Supreme Court


Decided: December 31, 1991.

ASHOK STOKES, PLAINTIFF-MOVANT,
v.
TOWNSHIP OF PISCATAWAY AND ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF THE TOWNSHIP OF PISCATAWAY, DEFENDANTS-RESPONDENTS.

Order

This matter having been duly presented to the Court, it is ORDERED that the motion for leave to appeal is granted, and the order of the trial court is summarily modified to permit plaintiff to perform only such roofing and siding work as may be necessary to protect the structure from damage during the pendency of the litigation; and it is further

Ordered that any such work shall be undertaken at plaintiff's own risk and without prejudice to the township's right to have such work removed on completion of the litigation should plaintiff fail to prevail. See Rowatti v. Gonchar, 101 N.J. 46 (1985). Jurisdiction is not retained.

WITNESS, the Honorable Robert N. Wilentz, Chief Justice, at Trenton, this 31st day of December, 1991.

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