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We represent landlords only
in eviction matters.
Tenancy law is a minefield in New Jersey. It demands strict compliance and traps the inexperienced landlord with punitive and oppressive consequences.
Registration and notice requirements, prohibitions against certain types of rental practices, security deposit regulations, municipal and state building, fire, zoning and code compliance laws and ordinances all unite to place you at risk for claims.
Hanlon Niemann is a firm with a statewide landlord/tenant practice. Every week we’re appearing somewhere in the Superior Court(s) of New Jersey representing our many clients in matters of eviction, habitability claims, discrimination and lease violations.
Our senior partner, Chris Hanlon, is a recognized expert in landlord/tenant law.
Call toll-free (855) 376-5291.
He speaks frequently before state associations of landlords, mobile home park owners, operators and managers, retail and apartment owners.He represents many small and medium size landlords and property owners as well. He is a prolific author having written numerous articles relating to landlord issues in New Jersey. On the following pages, Mr. Hanlon discusses key court cases and legal topics that landlords need information about.
Why Choose Hanlon Niemann
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Actual Client Testimonial
I own several small businesses. I’m good at what I do but legal matters and dealing with lawyers and legal issues is stressful. I called Hanlon Niemann and have developed a great relationship with their lawyers and staff. They have reviewed my leases, negotiated the buyout of my former business partner, handled land use problems in a neighboring county and generally have really been there for me. I really like them personally and professionally. If you are a small business owner, give them a call.
—Mike Halsey, Middletown, NJ
Landlord-Tenant attorney serving these New Jersey Counties:
Monmouth County, Ocean County, Essex County, Cape May County, Camden County, Mercer County, Middlesex County, Bergen County, Morris County, Burlington County, Union County, Somerset County, Hudson County, Passaic County