Sunday, January 19, 2014

New Jersey Stat. Ann. §2A:18-53 Removal of tenant in certain cases; jurisdiction

N. J. Stat. Ann. §2A:18-53.
2A:18-53. Removal of tenant in certain cases; jurisdiction 


Except for residential lessees and tenants included in section 2 of this act, any lessee or tenant at will or at sufferance, or for a part of a year, or for one or more years, of any houses, buildings, lands or tenements, and the assigns, under tenants or legal representatives of such tenant or lessee, may be removed from such premises by the Superior Court, Law Division, Special Civil Part in an action in the following cases:

a. Where such person holds over and continues in possession of all or any part of the demised premises
after the expiration of his term, and after demand made and written notice given by the landlord or his
agent, for delivery of possession thereof. The notice shall be served either personally upon the tenant or
such person in possession by giving him a copy thereof or by leaving a copy of the same at his usual
place of abode with a member of his family above the age of 14 years.

b. Where such person shall hold over after a default in the payment of rent, pursuant to the agreement under
which the premises are held.

c. Where such person (1) shall be so disorderly as to destroy the peace and quiet of the landlord or the
other tenants or occupants living in said house or the neighborhood, or (2) shall willfully destroy, damage
or injure the premises, or (3) shall constantly violate the landlord's rules and regulations governing said
premises, provided, such rules have been accepted in writing by the tenant or are made a part of the
lease; or (4) shall commit any breach or violation of any of the covenants or agreements in the nature
thereof contained in the lease for the premises where a right of re-entry is reserved in the lease for a
violation of such covenants or agreements, and shall hold over and continue in possession of the demised
premises or any part thereof, after the landlord or his agent for that purpose has caused a written notice of
the termination of said tenancy to be served upon said tenant, and a demand that said tenant remove from
said premises within three days from the service of such notice. The notice shall specify the cause of the
termination of the tenancy, and shall be served either personally upon the tenant or such person in
possession by giving him a copy thereof, or by leaving a copy thereof at his usual place of abode with
some member of his family above the age of 14 years.

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