N.J.S.A 2A:39-4. Unlawful detainer defined

2A:39-4. Unlawful detainer defined

If any tenant or other person in possession of any real property under a tenant, shall willfully and without force, hold over any such real property after demand and notice in writing given for the delivery of the possession thereof by a lessor or the person to whom the remainder or reversion of such real estate shall belong, such tenant or other person, so holding over, shall be guilty of an unlawful detainer.


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