In 1975 the New Jersey Supreme Court issued its landmark decision in South Burlington County NAACP v. Township of Mount Laurel, which decision ushered to the forefront of New Jersey land use law, planning and politics the issue of affordable housing. Carl Bisgaier, Esquire, of Bisgaier Hoff, was lead counsel in that 1975 decision and he, along with Bisgaier Hoff attorneys, have remained actively engaged in the judicial, regulatory and legislative evolution of the Mount Laurel Doctrine.

The issue of affordable housing is one that presents a unique and often complex intersection of all branches of New Jersey government and requires the knowledge and expertise that Bisgaier Hoff attorneys have provided clients for over three decades. Whether those clients are major national developers or local non-profit entities, our attorneys have been able to assist those clients in all issues that impact affordable housing, from navigating through the regulatory process of the New Jersey Council on Affordable Housing ("COAH") to pursuing "builders’ remedies" in the Superior Court. Our experiences include a number of appearances before the New Jersey Supreme Court, results of which have helped shape affordable housing policies and practices in New Jersey.

Based on our experience in affordable housing laws, Bisgaier Hoff has found success in securing government approvals, zoning changes, financing and utility service for some of New Jersey’s most prominent developers.
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