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Have your attorney make an application by Order to Show Cause (that way it's decided quickly) to stay (stop) any action until the appeal is decided.
Remember this is not legal advice. You must consult a NJ attorney.
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the stay was denied, as no bond has been posted.I am prose, and it appears the estate attorneys are permitted to attempt collection by redeeding the property and leaving it outside the trust. There is no
remedy unless a trust violation has occurred. Is there a trust violation?
I searched the NJ statutes for that section and the site indicated it couldn't find it. I will opt out and perhaps a NJ attorney can help pinpoint the issue. Sorry I couldn't help.
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