The doctrine of invited error bars a litigant from arguing on appeal that an adverse decision below was the product of error, when that party urged the lower court to adopt the proposition now alleged to be error


Law Lessons from MARGARET A. MEANS VS. WILLIAM J. SNIPES, App. Div., A-5710-09T3, October 29, 2012:

The doctrine of invited error bars a litigant “from arguing on appeal that an adverse decision below was the product of error, when that party urged the lower court to adopt the proposition now alleged to be error.” Brett v. Great Am. Recreation, Inc., 144 N.J. 479, 503 (1996); see also M.C. III, supra, 201 N.J. at 340.

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