Written by attorney Arthur R Panza | Sep 2, 2018

New Jersey Evictions----Evicting Tenants because Owner seeks to Personally Occupy Property

The New Jersey Anti-Eviction Act, N.J.S.A. 2A:18-61.1-61.12 et seq., sets forth various reasons for which owners can evict residential tenants. One of those reasons is an owner's intention to personally occupy the property.

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