2016 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 2a - Administration Of Civil And Criminal Justice
Section 2A:65-8 - Demand Upon Tenant Of Particular Estate To Take Possession Of And Keep Estate Free From Waste Or To Pay Taxes Or Municipal Liens Thereon
2A:65-8. Demand upon tenant of particular estate to take possession of and keep estate free from waste or to pay taxes or municipal liens thereon
Whenever a particular estate exists in any real estate in this state, and there is a remainderman or reversioner or person entitled to ultimate enjoyment of such real estate, after the expiration of such particular estate, and the tenant of the particular estate or his assigns shall fail or neglect to take possession of such real property and keep possession thereof and maintain the same free from waste, and such real estate shall be depreciating in value by reason of the failure of such tenant to maintain the same as aforesaid, the remainderman or reversioner or his assigns or the person entitled to the ultimate enjoyment of such real property, after the expiration of such particular estate, may serve upon such tenant of the particular estate a written demand, requiring such tenant to take and keep possession of the premises, or to keep possession of such premises, and maintain the same free from waste.
Whenever any tenant of any particular estate shall neglect or fail to pay any taxes or municipal liens now or hereafter by law chargeable to such tenant, which have accrued during the continuance of such particular estate, any remainderman or reversioner, or other person entitled to the ultimate enjoyment of such property, may serve a written notice or demand upon such tenant of the particular estate, requiring such tenant to pay such taxes or municipal liens now or hereafter by law chargeable to such tenant forthwith.
L.1951 (1st SS), c.344.
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