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Michael Pellegrino and Deborah Feldstein have been involved in shaping and clarifying the laws pertaining to New Jersey Tax Lien Investments. They have written books, and have had articles published on the subject, and frequently lecture on relevant topics.

Michael Pellegrino, Esq.


TAX LIEN$, The Complete Guide to Investing in New Jersey Tax Liens (Self Published, 2005);

A Review of the Tax Sale Law, 26 Seton Hall Law Review 1607, (1996) (co-authored w/ R. Allocca);

Tax Foreclosure Practice: Update 2000 – 2006, (Seminar Book) New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education (2006) co-authored w/K. Bonchi, S. Klepecsh, and S. Lorenzini)

Why Courts Should Sweep Away an Old Decision and Allow Receivers in Tax Certificate Foreclosures, New Jersey Law Journal, Vol. 142, p. 8, (Oct. 2, 1995);

Court Eases Standard on Naming Rent Receivers, New Jersey Lawyer, Vol. 4, p. 295, (Feb. 13, 1995) (co-authored w/R. Allocca and S. Stone);

Lending Safely with Anti Discrimination Rules, New Jersey Law Journal, Vol. 140, p. 691 (May 22, 1995) (co-authored w/R. Allocca);

Investing in Tax Certificates, The Business Umbrella, May 1995;

Responding to the Complaint, Federal Civil Practice Handbook, Ch. 8, New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education (1995);

Calculating U.S. Penalties for Corporations Convicted of Attempt or Conspiracy, New Jersey Law Journal, Vol. 141, p. 1379 (July 10, 1995)

Project Agreements and Competitive Bidding: Monitoring the Back Room Deal, 19 Seton Hall Legislative Journal 423 (1995) (co-authored w/V. McGeary);

Westwood B Postcard History Book, Published by Arcadia Press 2004


N.J. Bar Association, I.C.L.E. lecture series titled: Tax Foreclosure Practice Update 1997 – present;

Lorman Lecture Series titled: Foreclosure & Bankruptcy in New Jersey; Institute for Professional Development lecture titled: In Rem tax Foreclosure – 2004.


Brinkley v. Western World, Inc., 292 N.J. Super. 134 (App. Div. 1996) (Involving various municipal tax issues – treatment of invalid liens).

FUNB v. Kirby, 328 N.J. Super. 161 (App. Div. 1999) (Involving municipal tax lien issues).

S & R Associates v. Lynn Realty Corp., 338 N.J. Super.350, 161 (App. Div. 2001) (Involving municipal tax lien issues – effect of FDIC-held lien on property).

Hoppe v. Zoning Board of River Vale, __ N.J. Super. __ (App. Div. 2000) (Involving zoning variances).

Deborah Feldstein, Esq.


Can Municipal Tax Liens be Sold While the Property Owner is in Bankruptcy, New Jersey Law Journal, 157 N.J.L.J. 44, 48 (July 5, 1999)

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