12800 Long Beach Blvd.  Beach Haven Terrace, NJ

Licensed Realtor - The Van Dyk Group​

christine@lbireatlor.com

CELL:  (609) 954-9025

OFFICE:  (609) 492-1511  ext 121

FAX:  (866) 239-9141

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to real property in the State of New Jersey. The Realty Transfer Fee is calculated based on the amount of consideration recited in the deed.  The Realty Transfer Fee does not apply to a deed: for a consideration of less than $100; by or to the United States of America, this State, or any instrumentality, agency, or subdivision thereof; solely in order to provide or release security for a debt or obligation; which confirms or corrects a deed previously recorded; on a sale for delinquent taxes or assessments; on partition; by a receiver, trustee in bankruptcy or liquidation, or assignee for the benefit of creditors; eligible to be recorded as an “ancient deed” pursuant to R.S. 46:16-7; acknowledged or proved on or before Ju­ly 3, 1968; between husband and wife, or parent and child; conveying a cemetery lot or plot; in specific performance of a final judgment; releasing a right of reversion; previously recorded in another county and full Realty Transfer Fee paid or accounted for, as evidenced by written instrument, attested by the grantee, and acknowledged by the county recording officer; by an executor or administrator of a decedent to a devisee or heir to effect distribution of the decedent’s estate in accordance with the provisions of the decedent’s will or the intestate laws of this State; recorded within 90 days following the entry of a divorce decree which dissolves the marriage between grantor and grantee; issued by a cooperative corporation, as part of a conversion of all of the assets of the cooperative corporation into a condominium, to a shareholder upon the surrender by the shareholder of all of the shareholder’s stock in the cooperative corporation and the proprietary lease entitling the shareholder to exclusive occupancy of a portion of the property owned by the ­corporation.  Chapter 103, P.L. 2007, the Civil Union Act, became effective on February 19, 2007. This law grants civil union couples the same benefits, protections, and responsibilities under law as are granted to spouses in marriage. The law required amendatory language pertaining to partial and total exemptions from the Realty Transfer Fee to be included on the Affidavit forms (RTF-1 and RTF-1EE) and other Property Administration forms.

The Realty Transfer Fee is imposed upon the recording of deeds evidencing transfers of title

NJ Realty Transfer Tax