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There is no exemption conveying from one legal entity to another. New Jersey law states a deed transferring real property from one legal entity to another legal entity that has common ownership is subject to the Realty Transfer Fee. The consideration that the Realty Transfer Fee is calculated on includes the monetary value of stock transferred or contribution to capital by the grantor. When a value is indeterminable, the Realty Transfer Fee is calculated on the assessed value of the property being conveyed on the date of the transfer adjusted to reflect the true value as determined by the Director's Ratio established for that municipality for the current year.

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No. By definition, a lease of less than 99 years is not a deed for purposes of the Realty Transfer Fee. However, if there is language contained with either the contract or deed documents that allows either lessor or lessee to "extend" the lease beyond the 99-year period, the transfer is taxable. Leases with the potential to extend its terms beyond the 99-year lease must be treated on the merits of the specific terms, and Realty Transfer Fee Unit personnel would ask to review such documents.

For purposes of transferring real property, a partnership is a distinct, legal entity than the individuals who comprise the partnership or legal entity. Additionally, exemption statutes are strictly construed. If there is no applicable listed exemption, the RTF is to be paid. In business transactions, the key to the RTF calculation is the definition of "consideration." Personal exemptions (senior citizen, blind person, disabled person) are not granted to legal entities. Businesses dissolving or liquidating and transferring real estate must pay a Realty Transfer Fee on the remaining balance of any mortgages. Partnerships buying the interest of one partner must pay a Realty Transfer Fee upon the proportionate amount of a mortgage balance, if any.

The Affidavit of Consideration for Sheriff's Deeds (Form RTF-8 ) is a declaration of other liens or mortgages as required by law. The Affidavit of Consideration for Use by Seller, Form RTF-1, claims the exemption from the Realty Transfer Fee.My client, the bank, is taking back real estate so that we do not have to go to a sheriff's sale. We will eventually cancel the mortgage once we sell the property and get our money back. The county recording officer refuses to record the deed without payment of the RTF.The county recording officer is correct. A Realty Transfer Fee must be paid on the remaining balance of the mortgage if the mortgage is not cancelled. You are seeking to protect your investment by taking the property back and avoiding a sheriff's sale. You are further protecting yourself by holding the mortgage open to maintain a claim against the borrower. The RTF laws were not meant to be a guide for business decisions. Unless there is a listed exemption from the RTF, the fee must be paid.

The 1% fee does not apply to a deed if a real property transfer is incidental to a corporate merger or acquisition and the equalized assessed value of the real property transferred is less than 20% of the total value of all assets exchanged in the merger or acquisition. A grantee claiming an exemption from the 1% fee in such instances, when the deed is offered for recording, must file a merger document in addition to an Affidavit of Consideration for Use by Buyer. Therefore, on transfers of real property incidental to a corporate merger or acquisition, the grantee, legal representative, corporate officer or deponent must file a stamped, approved merger document at the county recording office with Form RTF-4, Filing of Protest of Fee Assessment , and remit any other recording fees that are not exempt. Certificates of Merger are filed in duplicate with the Division of Revenue and Enterprise Services. County recording officers must forward Form RTF-4, stamped merger document, and grantee's Affidavit of Consideration for Use by Buyer to the Division of Taxation. This has the effect of a protest of a deficiency of fee payment filed on the date on which the deed is recorded.

To calculate the exact amount of property tax you will owe requires your property's assessed value and the property tax rates based on your property's address. Please note that we can only estimate your property tax based on median property taxes in your area. There are typically multiple rates in a given area, because your state, county, local schools and emergency responders each receive funding partly through these taxes. In our calculator, we take your home value and multiply that by your county's effective property tax rate. This is equal to the median property tax paid as a percentage of the median home value in your county.

Property tax rates in New Jersey vary significantly by city and county. Municipalities, counties and school districts all determine their own rates. There may also be additional tax rates that apply for specific purposes such as parks or libraries.

Anyone interested in bidding on or engaging in any contract (or part thereof) for public work which is subject to the provisions of the Prevailing Wage Act must register with the Division of Wage and Hour Compliance as required by the Public Works Contractor Registration Act (PWCRA) P.L. 1999, c.238-N.J.S.A. 34:11-56.48 et seq., which establishes a unified procedure for the registration of contractors and subcontractors engaged in public works building projects. The PWCRA requires an annual registration fee of $300. After successful completion of two consecutive years of registration, a contractor may elect to register for a two-year period and pay a registration fee of $500.Upon registration, the contractor and/or subcontractor will be issued a certificate indicating compliance with the requirements of the Act. Public bodies are expected to require proof of registration of all contractors bidding on the project and all subcontractors identified in such bids.

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Free hunting and fishing licenses, stamps and permits are available for resident veterans with a service-connected disability.Newly applying disabled veterans can obtain their hunting and fishing licenses and stamps by mailing the application and all required documentation to: New Jersey Fish & Wildlife, Attn: Disabled Veteran Licensing, MC 501-03, PO Box 420 Trenton, NJ 08625-0420. Fish & Wildlife offices no longer accept Disabled Veteran Certifications in person. For information and updates, click here.All licenses, stamps and permits for which the veteran is eligible will be free of charge. For questions call 609-292-2965.

NOTE: Remember, all applications for this program must be submitted to your local application agency. Once your application is submitted it will be processed. If there is a problem with the application, you will be notified by mail and you must contact the local application agency that originally submitted your application.

If you are not eligible for LIHEAP, there are other utility assistance programs you may qualify for. Details for each of these programs follow. We have included a table at the bottom of this page that reflects the current Federal Poverty Level set for various family sizes. It includes figures for the different income eligibility guidelines set for each program.

SUEZ Cares - NJ SHARES administers a water assistance program for Suez Water (formerly United Water) customers in need. There is no income guideline for the program. Customers must be experiencing a financial crisis, have to make a good faith payment of $20 within 90 days prior to applying to qualify for a maximum grant of $100. Applications are administered through the mail or online. You can also call 609-883-1626.

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