Recent changes to the bulk sales notification requirements under New Jersey law have resulted in the application of these requirements to a wider array of real estate transactions and this means that New Jersey real estate attorneys must now, in the greater majority of cases, comply with New Jersey’s bulk sales notification requirements prior to, and as a condition of, closing. Failure to do so will mean that the purchaser is deemed by statute to have assumed liability for payment of all of the seller’s outstanding tax obligations to the State of New Jersey.
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