Landlord Tenant Practice in New Jersey
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Learn the fundamentals you need to know when practicing landlord tenant law in New Jersey.The practice of Landlord Tenant Law in New Jersey requires navigating a minefield to obtain the desired result. Whether you are prosecuting a claim for repossession of a rented premises, or defending one, you must know what laws apply, and what limited claims and defenses are possible. Miss one, and you can blow your case. In this material, you will hear from one of the state's renowned experts and leading speaker and author on the subject, with over 30 years of hands-on daily experience. The topic will highlight tips and tricks garnered over the course of a career practicing Landlord Tenant Law. You will learn the critical differences between the Summary Dispossess Act and the Anti-Eviction Act. You will learn what mandatory notices are required to be served upon a tenant in order to be in statutory compliance. You will understand the absolute defenses available to prevent an eviction and how to handle post-judgment applications to a court for relief from the effects of a judgment for possession. This topic is a must, regardless if you are a newly admitted attorney, or have been practicing for years.
AuthorsBruce E. Gudin, Ehrlich, Petriello, Gudin & Plaza, P.C.
Type of Premises/Property
• Types of Tenancy
Procedures to Terminate a Tenancy
The Summary Dispossess Act - N.J.S.A. 2A: 18-53 et seq.
The Anti-Eviction Act - N.J.S.A. 2A: 18-61.1 et seq.
Court Procedures and Trial
Common (and Not so Common) Defenses to Eviction
Post Judgment Proceedings
The Lockout Process and Abandoned Property