New Jersey Revised Statutes § 55:19-94 - Security Obligations Of Owner Relative To Granting Of Petition

55:19-94. Security obligations of owner relative to granting of petition
17. Prior to the granting of a petition on the part of the owner by the court pursuant to section 15 of P.L.2003, c.210 (C.55:19-92), the owner may be required to post a bond or other security in an amount determined by the court, after consultation with the public officer, as likely to ensure that the owner will continue to maintain the property in sound condition. That bond or other security shall be made available to the municipality to make any repair on the property in the event of a code violation which is not corrected in timely fashion by the owner. The bond or other security may be forfeit in full in the event that the owner fails to comply with any requirement imposed as a condition of the reinstatement petition filed pursuant to section 15 of P.L.2003, c.210 (C.55:19-92).

The owner may seek approval of the court to be relieved of this requirement after five years, which shall be granted if the court finds that the owner has maintained the property in good repair during that period, that no material violations affecting the health and safety of the tenants have occurred during that period, and that the owner has remedied other violations in a timely and expeditious fashion.


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