I purchased a property located in a foreign country and the deal was signed in NJ. The land is located in a legally disputed land we can not sell or build on the property. Can I sue the Company for cheating in NJ?
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If the deal was signed in New Jersey, you may be able to sue in New Jersey's courts. I would need more information to help you further.
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