Sunday, January 19, 2014

N.J. Rev. Statute §46:8-3

N.J. Rev. Statute §46:8-3 (New Jersey)
New Jersey Statutes and Codes


46:8-3.  Lessees of real estate;  rights against grantees of reversion

    From and after November tenth, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-seven, all lessees of real estate for a term of years, life or lives, their executors, administrators or assigns, shall have the like action and advantage against all persons and bodies politic and corporate, their heirs, successors and assigns, who have or shall have any gift or grant of the reversions of such real estate  so let, or any part thereof, for any condition, covenant or agreement contained  in their leases, as the same lessees, or any of them, ought or might have had  against such lessors, and their heirs, excepting the right to recover upon any  warranty of title, by deed or implied by law.

Martinique Realty Corp. v. Hull

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