Category Archives: Real Estate, Property, Landlord & Tenants

10 Things to know when going to Tenancy Court

By | May 29, 2002

Article written based on New Jersey Law 1. When the Clerk or Judge calls the list of all matters scheduled, if the landlord is present in the courtroom and the tenant is not, the tenant will be “in default.” In that case, a judgment granting the landlord possession of the leased property may be entered against the tenant… Read More »

Real Estate Basics: Q & A

By | May 29, 2002

Article written based on New Jersey Law Many clients and readers of News & Views call or e-mail me with recurring questions regarding a real estate acquisition. The purchase of a home, or first venture into multi-family realty, for most individuals requires a substantial investment of time and money. A general understanding of the nature of the transaction… Read More »

New Jersey requirements for the interior maintenance of multiple dwellings

By | May 29, 2002

Article written based on New Jersey Law The New Jersey Administrative Code provides the Department of Community affairs (DCA) with enforcement powers over Title 5, Chapter 10 entitled Maintenance of Hotels and Multiple Dwellings. Subchapter 8 provides the “code” standards for the maintenance of unit interiors. This is great information to review if you are subject to DCA… Read More »

Performing Your Real Estate Due Diligence

By | May 29, 2002

Article written based on New Jersey Law Over the years, our firm has been engaged by a wide range of real estate buyers ranging from the first-time home buyer to the highly sophisticated organization looking to purchase a major commercial site. Regardless of the nature of the proposed acquisition, we advise each one to perform their real estate… Read More »

Landlord and Tenant Law 101

By | May 29, 2002

Article written based on New Jersey Law The following are recurring questions landlords should have a working knowledge of. I generally don’t put a disclaimer in my articles but in this case, be advised: The information you obtain in this article is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for individual… Read More »