N.J.S.A 2A:44-193 Maximum value of stored property; civil actions.

2A:44-193 Maximum value of stored property; civil actions.

3. a. If a rental agreement entered into pursuant to the “Self-Service Storage Facility Act,” P.L.1983, C. 136 (C. 2A:44-187 et seq.) contains a provision placing a limit on the value of property that may be stored in the occupant’s space, this limit shall be deemed to be the maximum value of the stored property, provided that the provision is printed in bold type or underlined in the rental agreement.

b. In addition to the remedies otherwise provided by law, only an occupant listed on the last known rental agreement injured by a violation of the “Self-Service Storage Facility Act,” P.L.1983, C. 136 (C. 2A:44-187 et seq.) may bring a civil action to recover damageS.

L.2013, C. 128, S.3.

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