Asked by Brandon, Allamuchy, NJ • Mon Sep 9, 2013
I am looking at a house that is great in all aspects other than the septic system, or rather the lack there of. I understand the recent law changes are supposed to move people towards newer and more expensive waste treatment systems. I do not understand how it affects a situation like this.
A small 2 bedroom house is being remodeled on the inside and out and put up for sale before the remodeling is completed. The new plumbing is not yet connected to the cesspool. House then goes up for sale.
The law says you must replace the cesspool with a conventional septic system at the time of property transfer, with limited exceptions.
The lot with the house is only 50x90. There is no room for a standard septic system?
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