The Eviction Process: How to Evict a Tenant the Simple and Easy Way

Landlords often find themselves in tricky situations when it comes to evicting a tenant. What may at first seem like the ideal tenant can sometimes not always end up being the case. In these situations there are ways to make going through with an eviction a less difficult process. It’s important to know the eviction


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How to Collect Damages from a Tenant in New Jersey: The Landlord’s Guide

Landlords in New Jersey often find themselves needing to collect damages from a tenant. It can be a difficult process, but it’s important to follow the proper steps in order to ensure that you are successful. The first step is to evict the tenant. Make sure that the tenant is properly moved out of the


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How Landlords Can Avoid Losing Months of Rent from Delinquent Tenants

When a tenant falls behind on rent, it is the responsibility of the landlord to take action. This should include sending a notice to quit and also contacting an attorney. If you are a landlord who is struggling with late rent payments, continue reading to get some preliminary advice on what exactly to do. We


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Can I Evict a Tenant for Non Payment of Rent?

When a tenant falls behind on rent, it is the responsibility of the landlord to take action. This should include sending a notice to quit and also contacting an attorney. If you are a landlord who is struggling with late rent payments, continue reading to get some preliminary advice on exactly what to do. We


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Why Sending a “Notice to Quit” Early Can Save Landlords a LOT of Time

If you’re currently dealing with a tenant who has failed to pay their rent, you may be stressing over the best time to send out a “Notice to Quit”—the notice that informs your tenants that they have 30 days to vacate the property, because you are evicting them with cause. Perhaps you have questions about


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The Importance of a Lease Agreement

Tenant agreements can be created by either a written or an oral lease. While both of these forms of agreement are protected by law, it is prudent to create a written lease agreement in almost all circumstances. Even written lease agreements can become outdated of course, resulting in a month-to-month or holdover tenancy that operates


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The Different Types of Eviction Notices

In New Jersey, tenants are protected from eviction without cause. To begin the eviction process, you must have cause to evict, and match that cause to the correct pre-eviction notice. Depending on the reason for the eviction, you may be required to provide notice between a couple days and a couple months. Some landlords may


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Landlord Evictions: Do it Yourself?

You have a lot to think about if you are planning to evict a tenant. One of the concerns on your mind may be the expenses involved in removing someone from a property. You may be considering that you could save a lot of money if you managed the eviction yourself. Though it’s possible for


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Illegal Lockouts: How a Landlord Can Protect Themselves

Tenants in New Jersey have the right to possess their apartments. What this means is that once the tenant occupies an apartment, he or she does so to the prohibition of others. However, there is a common violation of this tenant right: the interference of a landlord with a tenant’s possession via an illegal lockout.


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The Necessity of Registering Your Rental Property in New Jersey

Is your rental property registered? If not, you may have some big problems on the horizon. Not registering your property as a rental is a violation of the law in most of New Jersey, but even the legal penalties may be the least of your worries. It is incredibly difficult to manage the behavior of


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