August 2016, Vol. 243, No. 8

Superior Court Sides with PennEast, Dismisses Trespassing Lawsuit A New Jersey State Superior Court judge on July 7 rejected a lawsuit filed by HALT, an association of New Jersey landowners, and several of its individual members, in its attempt to prevent the PennEast Pipeline from being built. Dismissing the complaint for trespass and nuisance filed by HALT and several of its members, the court denied their attempt to stop PennEast from taking project-related surveys. PennEast hailed the decision as a resounding victory and said it will resume and complete Project surveys where there is landowner…

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