The most valuable personal asset that a person has ordinarily is the house he or she lives in. The property in New Jersey can be fairly expensive, but it is worth the mortgage if there are no problems with boundaries or threat of foreclosure. Unfortunately, a home may be a person’s castle but it can also be a rather large headache.
The Laws can be very complicated
New Jersey has Statute 46 that covers the issue of property in the state, but it is not easy for a non legal person to understand. There are procedures to handle disputes with neighbors and zoning laws, in addition to local municipal rules that have to be followed. A person can get very easily confused trying to figure out what is the best way to solve an issue involving property. Employers have to keep in mind that such problems may come to their door. New Jersey companies spend a great deal of money relocating employees to the Garden State, and the last thing they need is a transferred employee complaining about problems that have arisen with the property after relocation is completed. To grant peace of mind both to the employee and a conscientious human resources director, group legal plans can definitely help.