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A landlord must allow the tenant to renew the lease unless the landlord has good cause for an eviction under the Anti-Eviction Act. (This does not apply to two or three-family owner occupied dwellings, motels, hotels, transients or seasonal tenants).
A Notice to Quit must be served on the tenant at least three months before filing a suit for eviction. The tenant cant be evicted until relocation assistance is provided. Note: Tenants evicted under this cause may be eligible for financial and other assistance for relocation.
Notice to Terminate Tenancy For a yearly lease with no specified end date the landlord needs to give 3 months notice to terminate the tenancy. For a month to month lease 1 month notice is required to terminate the tenancy. For a week to week lease a full week (7 days) notice is needed to terminate the tenancy.
For a fixed date lease there is typically no notice needed to terminate the lease it simply expires. For a yearly lease with no specified end date the landlord needs to give 3 months notice to terminate the tenancy. For a month to month lease 1 month notice is required to terminate the tenancy.
12. Non-renewal of the lease after the rental period ends. New Jersey law states that landlords cannot evict a tenant or force them to vacate the property without probable cause. As long as the tenant does not violate any rules, they can stay until their rental period ends.
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Terminating a tenancy However, if you do not have a fixed-term tenancy, the landlord can ask you to leave during the first 6 months without giving a reason. They must serve a valid written notice of termination and give you a minimum 90-day notice period.
Tenants have 3 days to vacate the property before they will forcefully be removed. In cases of nonpayment of rent, the tenant is not evicted if they pay all owed rent in full. In cases where a stay of execution or an orderly removal was issued, their move-out period may be extended for 7 days to 6 months.
The landlord may not unilaterally change the terms of the lease agreement while there is a written lease in effect. If a new landlord acquires a rental property with a tenant, the new landlord must honor any existing lease agreement. Once the lease expires the landlord may make reasonable changes to the lease.
In New Jersey a landlord is not allowed to refuse to renew a lease with a tenant without grounds for good cause. Grounds for good cause may sound obvious, but they include the following reasons: Failing to pay rent when due or owed. Disorderly conduct that disturbs the peace and quiet of neighbors.
Reasonable notification is normally one day. However, in the case of safety or structural emergencies immediate access shall be granted.

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