Centennial Land & Development v. Medford Township (1979) | Absolute Immunity (as opposed to qualified immunity) applies to members of Planning and Zoning Boards engaged in quasi-judicial activity.

Anastasio v. West Orange Planning Board (1986) | Board members are eligible for absolute immunity even when they ignore a court order to grant an approval.

Whispering Woods v. Middletown (1987) | A land use board may enter into a settlement with an applicant that is appealing the board’s decision but must give the public the opportunity to be heard on the terms of the settlement.