Written by attorney Wolfgang Glenn Robinson

Why You Should Utilize the Open Public Records Act in All Real Estate Transactions

New Jersey's Open Public Records Act, which is often referred to simply as 'OPRA', allows a purchaser to unearth a lot of potentially useful information about any given piece of property in anticipation of a sale.

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For more information on how to fill out an OPRA request for a particular piece of property, contact the clerk of the municipality where the property in question is located.

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