New Jersey Landlord Notice to Enter

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Updated June 03, 2022

A New Jersey notice to enter allows a landlord to alert a tenant of a need to enter the dwelling. New Jersey state law does not specify a time frame for landlords to provide notice to a tenant to enter their rental unit. The landlord must receive consent from the tenant or have a court order in order to enter the unit for any reason.

LawsN.J.S.A. 2A:39-1, N.J. Admin Code §5:10-1.10(e)

Other Landlord Access

Emergency (§5:10-1.10(d)) – The Bureau of Housing Inspection or a property owner can enter a unit in a multi-unit property without notice if the Bureau receives evidence of conditions that threaten the safety or health of other tenants.