THE LANDLORD TENANT EVICTION PROCESS NEW JERSEY

Residential tenants in New Jersey have certain rights. They cannot be evicted (thrown out or locked out) without a judgment from the New Jersey Superior Court.

Some reasons a landlord might file a complaint in the Landlord/Tenant section of Superior Court:

  • The tenant failed to pay rent.
  • The tenant is often late in paying rent.
  • The tenant has repeatedly acted in a disorderly manner.
  • The tenant has caused destruction or damage to the property willfully or through gross negligence.
  • The tenant has violated the terms of the lease or other document.
  • The tenant has been convicted of a drug offense.
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