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Guliet D. Hirsch

Guliet concentrates her practice in the area of land use law in local planning/zoning boards and in the state and federal courts. She represents property owners and builders in local land use boards and in subsequent successful appeals. Guliet has significant experience in pre-acquisition analyses for development potential and constraints, contractual and other legal support for land acquisition, and for all government approvals including:

  • Municipal development approvals for complex planned development and condominium projects
  • DOT access permits
  • Homeowners association documents and DCA registration
  • State and county environmental approvals
  • Exclusionary zoning litigation, settlements and land use applications
  • Highlands Council reviews and litigation
  • Sewer and water approvals
  • Historic preservation approvals

Guliet’s extensive background includes serving as General Counsel and Vice President for The Hills Development Company, a developer of large planned developments in Bedminster, Bernards and Morris Township in New Jersey, as well as serving as General Counsel to H. Hovnanian Industries, a development and management company of large retirement communities, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and shopping centers in Ocean County, New Jersey.

Professional and Community Involvement

  • New Jersey Builder’s Association, Environmental Committee
  • Hunterdon County YMCA, Strong Kids Campaign

Awards and Recognition

  • Named to Super Lawyers list for Land Use/Zoning, New Jersey Monthly Magazine (2005, 2006, 2008 – 2011, 2013-2017)
  • Named to Top 50 Female Super Lawyers list, Super Lawyers Magazine

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