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SOMMER V. KRIDEL, 74 N.J. 446, 378 A.2D 767 (1977)

A New Jersey Supreme Court case from 1970 – 1977 which matter is currently taught in every law school in the country as the leading case in the area of mandating upon a landlord the duty to mitigate its damages.

This is one of the seminal cases in New Jersey and now the country in landlord tenant law establishing that a lease was subject to contract law principals resulting in imposing a duty upon a landlord to mitigate its damages.

This case was heard upon Mr. Kridel's seeking certification of same by the Supreme Court of the State of New Jersey involving an issue of the highest significance to the State and ultimately the country.

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