Understanding New Jersey Eviction Forms and Documents
The types of forms that need to be used for each eviction are different. In some cases, a Notice to Cease is used before a Notice to Quit. In other cases, only a Notice to Quit is required directly before the eviction is filed.
In all cases, a Truth in Renting document must be provided to the tenants within thirty days of signing the lease, or the landlord may not have any legal footing at all.
Because evictions can be complicated and require specific steps, you don’t want to risk making costly errors. An experienced New Jersey eviction lawyer from our office can make sure the process is carried out properly and according to the law.
Consult a New Jersey Eviction Lawyer
A New Jersey eviction lawyer from our firm can help you manage many different types of real estate cases, whether you are dealing with an eviction or some other type of landlord-tenant dispute. Our services ensure that every step a landlord or tenant takes is legal while representing your best interests and answering your questions.
Whether you are a tenant or a landlord dealing with eviction in New Jersey, you need experienced lawyers to make sure you retain your rights throughout the process. Don’t risk making costly mistakes by attempting to navigate a complicated process alone. We can help. Call Jean Baptiste & Associates, LLC, or complete our contact form below to schedule your free consultation.