Township Requirements

Linda Okupski

A CCO, certificate of continued occupancy, is required when selling or renting a home in most townships and is the responsibility of the seller. Most CCO's are good for 90 days from the date of issuance. When applying for a CCO it is required that all residential units have a “2a 10bc” type fire extinguisher, no larger than 10 lbs. Prior to scheduling your certificate of occupancy, be sure to review the attached checklist of items the housing inspector will be checking.
 
  • Clinton township CCO requirements
  • Town of Clinton CCO requirements
  • Franklin Township (Hunterdon County) CCO requirements
  • Raritian township fire inspection
  • Lebanon boro: CCO requirements
  • State of new jersey certificate of smoke detector and carbon monoxide click here
  • Landlord-tenant registration form

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