Eviction Prevention Information
While New Jersey's eviction moratorium has sunset, the State has introduced critical protections to renter households who experienced economic hardships during the pandemic.
New Jersey's Eviction Protections and Self-Certification Form:
If you live in a New Jersey household with income below 120% of your county's Area Median Income, you are permanently protected from eviction or removal at any time for nonpayment of rent, habitual late payment of rent, or failure to accept a rent increase that accrued from March 1, 2020 to August 31, 2021.
Depending on your household's income level and specific circumstances, you may also be eligible for protection from eviction or removal through December 31, 2021, and other assistance and services. These protections are not affected by the Supreme Court's decision on the CDC's eviction moratorium.
Complete the self-certification form to learn about New Jersey protections you may qualify for and complete the necessary self-certification of your household income.
Read here for more details and frequently asked questions regarding renter protections and the self-certification form.
Read here for more details and frequently asked questions regarding the COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program.