46:10B-64 Requirements for distressed property purchaser.
12.A distressed property purchaser, in the course of a distressed property conveyance, shall not fail to:
a.make a payment to the owner at the time the title to the distressed property is conveyed from the owner to the distressed property purchaser, so that the owner has received consideration, as defined by paragraph (2) of subsection c. of section 11 of this act, in an amount of at least 82% of the property's fair market value;
b.have all documents executed as part of a distressed property conveyance also signed by a notary public licensed in the State who is unrelated in any way to the distressed property purchaser or any participant in the distressed property conveyance;
c.complete a distressed property conveyance in the office of a title insurance producer licensed pursuant to the "New Jersey Insurance Producer Licensing Act of 2001," P.L.2001, c.210 (C.17:22A-26 et seq.), or in the office of an attorney licensed to practice law in the State;
d.provide to the owner, prior to the time of completion of a distressed property conveyance, a disclosure statement in a form to be designed and prescribed by regulation by the Commissioner of Banking and Insurance, which statement shall require disclosure to the owner of all costs and fees that the owner will incur in connection with the conveyance;
e.notify in writing all existing mortgage lien holders of the distressed property purchaser's intent to accept conveyance of an interest in the property from the owner;
f.fully comply with all terms and conditions contained in the mortgage lien documents, including but not limited to due-on-sale provisions; and
g.satisfy all qualification requirements for assuming the repayment of the mortgage.
L.2011, c.146, s.12.
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