New Jersey Real estate laws are a set of laws, developed by the state federation of New Jersey and
constitute the legal aid on diverse issues like the following.
Homestead protection laws:
these are the kind of real estate property laws, which aid a small owner to protect his/her property from the creditors.
Adverse possession laws:
These real estate laws are based on the doctrine of adverse possession,
according to which an individual developing an abandoned property can claim the title.
Tenant and landlord laws:
These are diverse and deals with the aspects like the following:
Ø The laws surrounding the leasing and renting agreements.
Ø Laws surrounding the limit and return of security deposits.