N.J. Admin. Code § 5:24-3.4 - Administration

(a) Unless the municipality provides otherwise by ordinance, the agency or officer administering the "Senior Citizens and Disabled Protected Tenancy Act," P.L. 1981, c.226, and the implementing rules set forth in subchapter 2, of this chapter, shall administer this subchapter.
(b) Principal residence shall be determined in accordance with 5:24-2.4.
(c) Eligibility shall be determined in accordance with 5:24-2.5, except that all references to conditional eligibility shall be inapplicable.
(d) Subsequent ineligibility shall be determined in accordance with 5:24-2.6.
(e) Administrative hearings shall be provided and conducted in accordance with 5:24-2.7.
(f) Procedural requirements for owners shall be as set forth in 5:24-2.9.
1. No separate filing or issuance of notices under both 5:24-2.9 and under this section shall be required if the forms and information provided to tenants make appropriate references both to Senior Citizens and Disabled Protected Tenancy and to protected tenancy under this subchapter and the Act.
2. An owner of a building in a qualified county who has previously complied with 5:24-2.9 shall comply with the procedural requirements of 5:24-2.9(a) -(c) again, in order to provide appropriate notice to persons who have not received Senior Citizens and Disabled Protected Tenancy.
(g) The administrative agency shall comply with subsections (a)-(c) of 5:24-2.10 and shall, additionally, inform each tenant who is denied protected tenancy under the Act and this subchapter of his right to remain in his dwelling unit until the owner shall have complied with the requirements of P.L. 1975, c.311 and of 5:24-1.6. The notice to the tenant shall include an explanation of the meaning of "comparable housing," as defined in P.L. 1975, c.311 and in 5:24-1.2(b)6.
1. Separate certifications or lists for purposes of the Act and for purposes of the Senior Citizens and Disabled Protected Tenancy Act shall not be required, except that, in a municipality in a qualified county, the list of determinations shall indicate the statute under which an applicant has qualified for protected tenancy.
(h) The fee schedule established in accordance with 5:24-2.11 shall apply to submissions of tenant lists and to hearings under the Act and this subchapter.
(i) In the event that any person in a qualified county who has applied for, or has previously been determined to be eligible for, protected tenancy as a senior citizen or disabled person, is found to be ineligible or no longer eligible for such protected tenancy, the person's application, as modified by the facts set forth in any determination, shall be treated as an application for protected tenancy under the Act and this subchapter.

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N.J. Admin. Code § 5:24-3.4

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