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Tue Jan 21, 2014
Morgan Farantino-clark answered:
oh without a have rights,Ergo excercise them while we are all alive and healthy to do so.
Morning.I know that an attorney will be able to walk you through such,to streamline this flummox issue with the landlord,where your able to have "more time"to live there,prior to leaving,as my bro had same situation.I know a Union County (NJ)judge allow him to remain a add'l 1 to 2 months. i also know the old landlord(Near Union,NJ in Linden area)was chastize by a judge,his lawyer adage.So your going to be ok. He would have gotten 2X the rent(worth two months)IF he did not agree he will rather take the 2 full months,to find a place,so he again won really in the end,because he was not "force out into the street, as the old landlord was attempting to do."He had several weeks month to 2 months to procure a place,AND if not? NJ Judge advise him,"just contact the court through his lawyer,but again he had procure attorney AND lastly the landlord
did have to pay his 1,000 lawyer fee(s)because it was his fault,and his lawyer somehow got a fee-check from the landlord who left the court as your able to see losing in the end.But if your
not able to afford lawyers,do it PRO-SE self file,Many are doing his now a days successfully.
But at least CALL a few for a free consult... The one who"care"will offer free cosult and then
work out a fair pymt.plan for you. Maybe 1/2 down and or be paid in full within thirty days.
LAWYERS EVEN AGREE,'THE NJ LAWS WITH RENTING/EVICTIONS ETC.always work way better more for the tenant,for at least past decade we hear often,so good luck to you ...
Such landlord should've been forthright.I see he has not...
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Wed Dec 22, 2010
** Jeremy Gryvatz ** answered:
Hi Juan,
Email me your contact information and I will look into the home on Delaware Street in Elizabeth for you.

Jeremy Gryvatz
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Tue Dec 21, 2010
Fernando Fernandez answered:
This area of Elizabeth is usually in the quiet side, as far as price is concern, the original asking price was $159 them $149 and now at the current asking price of $139 it would seem to be more along the market price, depending on the inside conditions. Best of luck! .If you get it , be sure to order a home inspection and remember that the buyer is responsable for the certificate of occupancy and fire department inspection according to the listing. ... more
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Mon Dec 20, 2010
Hi Juan:
If you have questions about the area you are buying in, your best bet is to drive by at different times of the day and during the weekend. It is all relative and you have to find out for yourself, ... more
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Tue Sep 14, 2010
Jeanne Feenick answered:
Hi Marcia, not sure what you are looking for here - you likely need to redirect your inquiry. This is a place to come to get input/answers to real estate questions.

Jeanne Feenick
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