HADDON TOWNSHIP, NJ – Under an order by New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, there is a temporary moratorium on tenant evictions in the state. That didn’t stop a Haddonfield Township landlord from tossing a woman’s belongings on her front lawn and locking her out of her home.
He has since been issued an executive order violation, according to New Jersey State Police Commissioner Patrick Callahan.
“We do have one EEO compliance citation that was issued, Haddon Township police responded to a landlord-tenant dispute,” Callahan said. “The tenant had her utility shut off, and her belongings out on her front lawn, which is in violation of the executive order protecting those from illegal evictions. And the landlord was cited.”
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