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Can a homestead property can be attached by a judgment lien in New Jersey?

Edison, NJ |

We are trying to get out of a Florida time share we no longer use. We just want to return it but are concerned if they refuse and we hire a lawyer, in the process, can a homestead property can be attached by a judgment lien in New Jersey if we decide to sue.

Attorney Answers 1


  1. Yes, a principal dwelling can be attached by a judgment creditor in New Jersey.

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