How Can You Get out of a Real Estate Contract in New Jersey?

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How Can You Get out of a Real Estate Contract in New Jersey?

A real estate contract in New Jersey can be broken for any of the following reasons: failure to pay a deposit, material defects (found during inspection), cancellation during the contingency period, failure to get financing or a mutual agreement between both parties.

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