ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

DEP's Inspection of Residential Property

Court upholds warrantless administrative search

, New Jersey Law Journal

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On March 4, the N.J. Supreme Court upheld the right of an inspector from the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)to conduct a warrantless search of residential property, to determine whether a permit had been violated. The decision may settle an issue for environmental and land-use lawyers, but the reality is that very few homeowners would bar the door when a DEP inspector knocks.

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