2013 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Section 2C:43-8.1 - Seasonally leased premises; termination of right to occupy, visit

NJ Rev Stat § 2C:43-8.1 (2013) What's This?

2C:43-8.1. Seasonally leased premises; termination of right to occupy, visit
1. In addition to any other disposition authorized by law, if a person is convicted of a disorderly persons offense, a petty disorderly persons offense or a violation of a municipal ordinance and the offense or violation occurred at or involved the use of a seasonally leased premises, the court may order the termination of that person's right to occupy or visit the seasonally leased premises for a period not to exceed 125 days.

As used in this section, "seasonally leased premises" means premises leased as a residence for a period of less than 125 consecutive days. The term "seasonally leased premises" shall not include any structure provided by an employer on the employer's property which is used as living quarters for seasonal, temporary or migrant workers nor shall it include any premises used as the principal residence of a tenant pursuant to the terms of a month to month or week to week lease.


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