LEGAL GUIDE
Written by attorney Kenneth Albert Vercammen | Sep 1, 2017

CONSENT TO ENTER JUDGMENT with deadbeat tenants

Clause to add All payments made during the term of this agreement shall be applied first to the rents that become due after today, and then they shall be applied to pay the balance of the arrears stated in paragraph 1. If the Tenant makes all payments required in paragraph 2b of this agreement, the Landlord agrees not to request a warrant of removal. If the Tenant does not make all payments required in paragraph 2b of this agreement, the Tenant agrees that the Landlord, with notice to the tenant, may file a certification stating when and what the breach was and that a warrant of removal may then be issued by the clerk. THIS MEANS THAT IF THE TENANT FAILS TO MAKE ANY PAYMENT THAT IS REQUIRED IN PARAGRAPH 2b OF THIS AGREEMENT, THE TENANT MAY BE EVICTED AS PERMITTED BY LAW AFTER THE SERVICE OF THE WARRANT OF REMOVAL. KENNETH VERCAMMEN & ASSOCIATES, PC ATTORNEY AT LAW More info at http://www.njlaws.com/landlords-evici...

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