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Amendments to Anti-Eviction Act Would Provide Landlords with Recourse for Overcrowding

Posted June 15, 2018 in Landlord/Tenant Law | Author: Jennifer L. Alexander, Esq.

A new bill was recently proposed to the New Jersey Senate amending the Anti-Eviction Act (N.J.S.A. 2A:18-61.1). The bill, sponsored by Senator Anthony R. Bucco of District 25 (Morris and Somerset), amends the Anti-Eviction Act (“Act”) to include a method of eviction for overcrowding in residential apartment communities.

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New Jersey Residential Landlords Must Make Certain Disclosures

Posted April 9, 2018 in Landlord/Tenant Law

As a residential landlord in New Jersey, you may be wondering how much information you must disclose to your tenants.  You may think that the imposition of disclosure duties on residential landlords is unreasonably burdensome — and in some cases, it may be.  Tenants, after all, can inspect a premises to some degree and determine whether it is suitable for their needs and preferences.  You cannot escape a disclosure duty, however.  Failure to disclose pertinent information could expose you to potential damages.

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