3 Important Things to Know about Certificate of Occupancy in New Jersey. These are as follows:
1. It is the seller’s responsibility to obtain the certificate of occupancy and the fire/smoke certificate.
2. Start preparing your home by doing the needed repairs, and installing smoke/carbon monoxide detectors.
3. Timing. You can only apply for the Certificate of Occupancy once you have a buyer since their name is need in the application.
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