There are laws that can protect landlords in the case of a tenant breaching their lease in New Jersey. There are certain rules that you have to follow if you want to remove a tenant from a residential property. A lot of the rules for Residential Tenancies are not going to be contained within the lease. It’s important to have a lawyer who can investigate what the causes of actions are, to be able to take the appropriate action. Find out more about the process and the experience attorney Michael Convery has to help you with your tenant issues.
There’s laws regarding residential tenancies in New Jersey that would allow the landlord to take action in the event of a breach or default under the lease. It’s very common in residential leases in New Jersey that there are certain rules that you have to follow in the event that you want to proceed to remove a tenant from a residential property. A lot of the rules for Residential Tenancies are not going to be contained within the lease, so a lawyer would have to investigate what the causes of actions are to be able to take the appropriate action, and also to be able to put the tenant who’s in residency on notice that these actions will be taken. It’s a very very onerous process, oftentimes there could be delay based upon hardships, there could be delays based upon notice requirements. In New Jersey the landlord tenant laws are typically favoring towards the tenant more so than they are towards the landlord, so it’s fairly common that these processes take a little bit of time. Landlords can’t lock out a tenant in New Jersey, there are various rules and restrictions against self health by the landlord and again you know a lot of the conditions under the residential leases contain provisions from what constitutes a default, but there is rules that have to be followed pursuant to the New Jersey landlord tenant law. Here at the Keefe law firm we stand for you. Call now to get the help you need at (866) 575-5000. Visit us at Keefe-LawFirm.com