When COAH had jurisdiction to review municipal affordable housing plans, a town would be immune from builder’s remedy litigation if it availed itself of the administrative review process established by COAH for review of the town’s affordable housing plan. Montvale filed affordable housing plans in both Round Two (2000) and Three (2008). However, COAH did not complete its review of the 2008 plan. When Montvale’s Round Two plan was approved by COAH, the Borough received immunity from builder’s remedy lawsuits. Thus, developers could not file builder’s remedy lawsuits, but would instead have to approach the Borough to seek approval for development, which could include a rezoning request or a variance application.