Wedding bells fail to ring, but way found around ‘unambiguous’ contract

They say marriages are made in heaven. But so is thunder and lightning.” — Clint EastwoodBride-to-be Jennifer Corona contracted with The Architects Golf Club in May 2012 to host her wedding reception. The terms were simple enough.The club agreed to make available its catering hall in Lopatcong, N.J., outside Allentown and to provide the food and beverages. Corona agreed to pay a pre-set amount and made three …

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