Some states may impose a stricter entry fee on a home­own­er, while oth­ers may allow home­own­ers to enter with­out ade­quate­ly inform­ing. If you become famil­iar with the spe­cif­ic laws of New Jer­sey, you can cre­ate a full and com­plete lease and pro­tect your legal and finan­cial rights. This is a good exam­ple of the pro­vi­sions that a sim­ple lease can con­tain and what should be done in its final form. The rent con­trol body only advis­es on mat­ters cov­ered by the rent reg­u­la­tion. Please under­stand that our staff can­not pro­vide legal advice and are informed if a lawyer cor­rect­ly answers your ques­tion. Phone: 973–733-3675Fax: 973–733-6366 E‑mail: [email protected] 1.The rental brake was changed on 05 Sep­tem­ber 2017. Please com­ply with the 6PSF-(a) rent con­trol reg­u­la­tions 090517 (click here) Although we can­not refer you to indi­vid­ual lawyers, our col­lab­o­ra­tors are hap­py to pro­vide you with appro­pri­ate resources for advice and assis­tance. A list of these resources is avail­able via the list of rec­om­men­da­tions on our web­site. Please note that you do not need a lawyer to file a peti­tion with the rent con­trol body. The Rent Con­trol Board can­not resolve mat­ters that are not part of Title 19, Chap­ter 2, Rent Con­trol Rules, Rent Con­trol Com­mit­tee, of the City of Newark‘s revised bylaws. For exam­ple, we do not have juris­dic­tion to rule on alleged breach­es of a lease that must be tried in court. The Rent Con­trol Board also can­not hear cas­es of dis­crim­i­na­tion, harass­ment or retal­i­a­tion, as these mat­ters are out­side our juris­dic­tion. For these ques­tions, please con­tact the Com­mu­ni­ty Affairs Division.

A land­lord must con­tain a win­dow pro­tec­tion notice in all rental or lease agree­ments. (about 55:13A‑7.14) The fol­low­ing mod­el lease describes a con­tract between “own­er” Kyle Ben­net and “ten­ant” Hen­ry Cho. He agrees to rent a con­do in Newark for $US 900.00 per month start­ing June 27, 2017. The ten­ant under­takes to pay all ancil­lary costs and ser­vices of the premis­es. Regard­less of your state, fed­er­al law requires that all state leas­es con­tain cer­tain infor­ma­tion. For exam­ple, all agree­ments should con­tain: 2. Office of Rent Con­trol Fre­quent­ly Asked Ques­tions — FAQ (Click here) The Office of Rent Con­trol helps land­lords and ten­ants under­es­ti­mate the impact of the City of Newark‘s Munic­i­pal Rent Con­trol Ordi­nance on their real estate and apart­ments. Tech­ni­cal assis­tance is pro­vid­ed on a wide range of rental issues that cov­er the fol­low­ing top­ics: which dwellings are sub­ject to local rent con­trol laws; What is the legal base rent; rent increas­es autho­rized by law; tax increas­es; water/wastewater sup­ple­ments; new, larg­er improve­ment increas­es; Dif­fi­cul­ties are increas­ing and annu­al reg­is­tra­tion require­ments are increas­ing. Records relat­ing to all res­i­den­tial real estate are giv­en to the pub­lic when own­ers and/or ten­ants have ques­tions about a par­tic­u­lar prop­er­ty. States are often dif­fer­ent when it comes to cer­tain leas­ing and leas­ing require­ments, so it‘s impor­tant to famil­iar­ize your­self with the laws of your state.

New Jer­sey impos­es spe­cif­ic and clear require­ments on land­lords and ten­ants when exe­cut­ing a lease/lease. For exam­ple, New Jer­sey pro­vides that the Newark Rent Ordi­nance reg­u­lates the rents of cer­tain hous­ing units in Newark, New Jer­sey. There is no com­mer­cial bar­ri­er to rent­ing in Newark. Land­lords must pro­vide infor­ma­tion about the Truth In Rent­ing Act and inform ten­ants where they can access pub­li­ca­tions in Eng­lish and Spanish.…