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The Property Owners Association of New Jersey, Inc. founded in 1949, exists to bring together owners and operators of residential real estate, interested parties, and industry personnel for education and  networking purposes.  The organization is comprised of owners and managers as well as individuals who work in housing related industries.

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  • A Commercial Lease At The End Of The Term Becomes A Month to Month Lease Unless A New Lease Is Signed - By Johnathan Mehl, Esq. I have often been asked: what are the rights of a landlord and a tenant when a lease expires?  People often say that there is no lease. However, this is not the case.  The provisions of the last written lease control, and the tenancy is what is known as a holdover […]
  • Don’t Let Bed Bugs Bite Your Property - By Shannon Sked, Western Pest Services Property managers of multifamily communities across the country are always threatened by a variety of pest problems. One of the most significant (in terms of cost and difficulty to remediate) pest threats is bed bugs. Bed bugs rapidly resurged in the last decade; taking up residence in properties like […]
  • The Leasehold Survivorship Rights of a “Functional Co-Tenant” - By Thomas S. Garlick, Esq. of Ehrlich, Petriello, Gudin & Plaza, P.C. In certain circumstances, the survivor of a deceased tenant may be entitled to continue in occupancy of your apartment as a tenant, as well as to continued financial assistance under federal and state programs, such as Section 8.  The New Jersey Supreme Court […]