N.J.S.A 2A:42-107. Allowable circumstances for refusal to renew lease

2A:42-107. Allowable circumstances for refusal to renew lease

Under the following circumstances, a landlord may refuse to renew a senior citizen’s lease for a dwelling unit in a senior citizen housing project or may require that a senior citizen remove, by sale, donation, gift, or otherwise, a domesticated animal from a dwelling unit in a senior citizen housing project:

a. When the existence of a domesticated animal or the senior citizen’s refusal to comply with the rules and regulations governing domesticated animals constitutes a violation of federal, State or local building, health or use codes;

b. When the senior citizen fails to properly care for the domesticated animal;

C. When the senior citizen fails to properly control the domesticated animal by using a leash, if appropriate, or other necessary safety devices when walking or taking the domesticated animal to or from his dwelling unit or while on the land appurtenant thereto, or fails to take prompt action to remove any animal waste when requested by the landlord; or

d. When the senior citizen fails to confine the domesticated animal’s body waste functions to areas that do not interfere with the ingress and egress of any person to or from the senior citizen housing project, or with the use of common areas in and about the senior citizen housing project by the other residents thereof and their inviteeS.

L.1990,C. 55,S.5.

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