NAACP v. Foulke Management 421 N.J.Super 404 (App.Div 2011).

NAACP v. Foulke Management 421 N.J.Super 404 (App.Div 2011).

In NAACP the court refused to enforce an arbitration agreement in a motor vehicle sale agreement. In NAACP the court held that the arbitration provisions scattered among various documents executed by purchaser were too plagued with confusing terms and inconsistencies, and thus, there was no enforceable arbitration agreement. NAACP of Camden County E. v. Foulke Mgmt. Corp., 421 N.J. Super. 404 (App. Div. 2011). The court held the following:

Thus, in the aftermath of AT&T Mobility, state courts remain free to decline to enforce an arbitration provision by invoking traditional legal doctrines governing the formation of a contract and its interpretation. NAACP of Camden County E. v. Foulke Mgmt. Corp., 421 N.J. Super. 404, 428 (App. Div. 2011)