New Jersey Rules of Civil Procedure:http://www.judiciary.state.nj.us/rules/rules_toc.htm#TopOfPage
JDB's tend to utilize the Superior Court's "Special Civil Part" or SCP. Be aware these rules are listed under part VI, and take precedence over the rules for "Civil Court - Law Division" which are the rules listed in Part IV.
You will note that Part VI will frequently reference back to part IV; in fact, a good part of the Part VI rules simply say "see Rule 4:XX-X," but Special Civil Court is designed to flow cheap and FAST. The time limits are tight, so make sure you read carefully.
For what it is worth, there is something useful in Rule 4:18-2. When a document referenced in the complaint is not attached to the moving papers (they usually aren't), you have the right to demand this document. In other words, if they are suing you for breach of contract, you have the right to demand the contract be provided. When the document is demanded pursuant this Rule, the Plaintiff has FIVE days upon receipt
of the demand to serve it upon you (allowing 3 days -- not including Sunday -- for mail time, of course).