N.J. SUPERIOR COURT, APPELLATE DIVISION

JB Pool Management v. Four Seasons at Smithville Homeowners Association Inc.

CONTRACTS

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The doctrine of frustration of purpose generally should be pleaded as an affirmative defense by litigants seeking to invoke it to avoid their contractual duties.

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