Rule 4:42-1. Form; village
4:42-2. Judgment in Multiple Actions: Review of Preliminary Orders
Rule 4:42-3. declaratory sentence
The existence of another suitable legal remedy does not preclude a declaratory judgment.
Rule 4:42-4. Effects of unfulfilled sentence against one or more jointly responsible
A judgment against a person who is jointly and severally liable with another person does not exclude a judgment against the latter, unless it is enforced.
Rule 4:42-5. Effect of the judgment of possession
A claimant who has obtained title to the property or his personal representative is not precluded from bringing a new action to recover Mesne's profits and losses.
Rule 4:42-6. effect of lawsuit
Any final judgment, other than a default judgment, will grant relief to which the party in whose favor it was registered is entitled, even if that party has not requested such relief in the file, provided that the parties have had a reasonable opportunity to do so. of the protection granted.
Rule 4:42-7. Causes Continuing Damage
If damages are to be determined due to a continuing cause of action, they will be determined at the time of the hearing or determination.
Rule 4:42-8. costs
Rule 4:42-9. legal fees
Rule 4:42-10. search fees
Rule 4:42-11. Interest; Judgment Fee; in offense
Post-trial interest may be included in calculating contingency attorney fees.
New Jersey Court. A.4:42