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Morris Leo Greb

52 years helping clients to overcome clause-phobia in business and real estate.
  • Business Law, Collections, Consumer Law ...
  • District of Columbia, New Jersey
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Summary

My practice is a holistic one. Rockaway is a small exurban town. As such,a certain neighborly attitude is required which includes pro bono work, volunteerism and maintaining your position as a fair, just, and equitable advocate among your clients and your community. There is also time to play and enjoy doing things that are of interest to you. I volunteer in a local soup kitchen, shoot skeet(but not hunt). I respecially enjoy my six grandchildren who reside nearby.
I am a graduate of Boston Latin ('60), Boston University ('67, Rutgers Law School ('67), and an audit student at Union County College studying ASL(American Sign Language)and Deaf culture.
For the convenience of my clients, I may be reached 24 hours by dialing the main office number.

Practice Areas
  • Business Law
  • Collections
  • Consumer Law
  • Landlord Tenant
  • Real Estate Law
Fees
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Set agreed upon fees are charged for services together with reimbursements for client disbursements. retainer agreements must be executed prior to any services provided.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
District of Columbia
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New Jersey
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Languages
  • American Sign Language
Professional Experience
Mine Hill Township Board of Education, Attorney
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Rockaway Township Board of Adjustment, Attorney
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Education
Rutgers School of Law-Newark
J.D. | Law
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Boston University
B.A. | History and Government
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Union County College
ASL and Deaf Culture
- present
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Union County College
ASL and Deaf Culture
- present
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Certifications
Legal Specialist Certification
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1 Questions Answered

Q. Hi can i cross a written annotation on a deed in front of the clerk and have it recorded with the changes?
A: The better practice would be to have a new deed prepared with you both named as grantors (sellers) and grantees (buyer) using your desired name or relationship. You must also have a deed recording sheet, and a completed GIT/REP3 form attached. The necessary forms may be obtained on line without charge. The deed must be signed before a notary public or an attorney admitted in NJ. The reason for recording the deed must be stated on the first page Also an affidavit of consideration is required. Recorded deeds are available in each county. You may wish to examine one or two recorded deeds to see how they were completed. Also the Division of vTaxation has revised the GIT/REP3 which must be used effective April 1, 2020. If the revised form is not used, the deed will be rejected and returned unrecorded. When present the instruments for recording include a return, stamped envelope. M.L.Greb, Esq
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Contact & Map
141 W Main St
Rockaway, NJ 07866
Telephone: (973) 983-9700