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Friday, July 7, 2017

Notice to Tenant Prior to Disposition


Notice to Tenant Prior to Disposition


A:18-73. Notice to tenant prior to disposition2. To dispose of a tenants property under this act, a landlord shall first give written notice to the tenant, which shall be sent by certified mail, return receipt requested or by receipted first class mail addressed to the tenant, at the tenants last known address (which may be the address of the premises) and at any alternate address or addresses known to the landlord, in an envelope endorsed Please Forward.

Receipted first class mail for purposes of this section means first class mail for which a certificate of mailing has been obtained by the sender but does not include certified or registered mail.

When the property subject to disposal is a manufactured or mobile home, a copy of the notice required pursuant to this section shall also be sent to the Director of the Division of Motor Vehicles and to any lienholders with security interests in the property which have been recorded with the Division of Motor Vehicles.

L.1999,c.340,s.2.
2A:18-74. Contents of notice3. The notice required under section 2 of P.L.1999, c.340 (C.2A:18-73) shall state as follows:

a. That the property is considered abandoned and must be removed from the premises or from the place of safekeeping, if the landlord has stored the property as provided in section 4 of P.L.1999, c.340 (C.2A:18-75), by a date as follows;

(i) for all property other than manufactured or mobile homes not less than 30 days after delivery of the notice, or not less than 33 days after the date of mailing, whichever comes first, or

(ii) for property which consists solely of manufactured or mobile homes, not less than 75 days after the delivery of the notice, or not less than 78 days after the date of mailing, whichever comes first,

or the property will be sold or otherwise disposed of; and

b. That if the abandoned property is not removed:

(i) The landlord may sell the property at a public or private sale; or

(ii) The landlord may destroy or otherwise dispose of the property if the landlord reasonably determines that the value of the property is so low that the cost of storage and conducting a public sale would probably exceed the amount that would be realized from the sale; or

(iii) The landlord may sell items of value and destroy or otherwise dispose of the remaining property.

c. That in the case of a residential tenant, if the tenant claims the property within the time provided in the notice, the landlord must make the property available for removal by the tenant without payment by the tenant of any unpaid rent.

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