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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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A Landlord’s Right of Entry in New Jersey - Residential Units

Posted January 31, 2018 in Landlord/Tenant Law

Landlords are often put in a complicated position with regard to problematic tenants.  As a New Jersey landlord, you may be concerned about whether one of your tenants is breaching the rental contract, or whether they are causing permanent damage to the unit that will require significant repairs.  In some instances, other tenants may complain about the activities of one tenant, and may request that you resolve the matter.

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