New Jersey Landlord-Tenant 101: Eviction Issues — Grounds

I’d like to jump back into a series of blog posts touching on some of the residential “tenancy” questions that often come from New Jersey landlord clients. We’ll probably revisit this “New Jersey Landlord-Tenant 101” series periodically moving forward but, for right now, I want to finish up with some issues/questions related to the following topics: “pre-tenancy” concerns; how should a tenant’s security deposit be handled; how and when can a tenant be evicted, and what should be done with a tenant’s property after eviction.

So far, we’ve covered some fundamental questions concerning “pre-tenancy” issues and how to handle a residential security deposit. Now, I’d like to touch on some very fundamental residential eviction issues in a 2-parter.

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