Following up on a previous post related to what may be the first appeal of its kind – the New Jersey Appellate Court’s reversal of a trial court’s refusal to order a condominium developer to provide a very detailed affidavit, in accordance with New Jersey’s Condominium Act (PDF), N.J.S.A. 46:8B-12.1d (the “Condominium Act”), and New Jersey’s Planned Real Estate Development Full Disclosure Act, N.J.S.A 45:22A-21 et seq. (“PREDFDA”) – the trial court, on that remand ordered by the appellate court, ordered the developer to provide an affidavit, required by the Condominium Act, with a specific listing of each plan, by sheet number, content and last revision date, as reflected in the title blocks of the relevant plans. In turn, this condominium was successful in securing greater detail from its developer, which will help it in its analysis of any construction defects existing within it.