Do you use crickets or worms? :mrgreen:
TYVM, RC. Will await the doc with baited breath.
2:12-5. Deposit for CostsIn all civil actions, unless a supersedeas bond has been filed or a deposit in lieu thereof made pursuant to R. 2:5-2, the petitioner shall, within 30 days of the filing of the notice of petition for certification, deposit $300 with the clerk of the Supreme Court, to answer the costs on the petition, if denied, and the cost of the appeal if granted, but no deposit shall be required if the petitioner is a party exempted from making deposit by R. 2:5-2. Notice of deposit and dismissal for failure to make timely deposit shall be in accordance with R. 2:5-2.
I will update this post as soon as I receive new information. Mario Apuzzo, Esq.August 8, 2012[/break1]blogspot.com]http://puzo1.blogspot.com
It's a work in progress!
Mario has not updated his blog post to indicate the a denial by the NJSC.
UPDATE:The New Jersey Supreme Court has denied the Purpura & Moran Petition for Certification. As soon as I get a copy of the Order, I will publish it.September 10, 2012 3:51 PM
Gosh...that's like I said a month ago - you weren't proceeding forward. I love being right!(I'm sorry you don't know how that feels!)
What a pity for you. You waited a whole month to post another comment here and you are still wrong.
Are you trying to bait Mario into accepting a document with LAYERS? --> " title="Very Happy" /> --> --> " title="Very Happy" /> -->
Gee, Mario. There is a copy on Jack Ryan's site. [-(
- vic (If I were better read, I'd probably know that someone said this before, and more eloquently, than I just did)
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