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New Jersey Promissory Note Templates (2)

A New Jersey promissory note template is used when one individual (called the ‘lender’) plans on lending money to another individual (called the ‘borrower’). The lender profits from the deal by earning interest on top of the original balance of the note. Table of Contents By Type (2) Secured Promissory Note Unsecured Promissory Note Usury…

New Jersey Living Will Form (Instruction Directive)

A New Jersey living will, or “instruction directive,” allows a person to refuse life-sustaining treatments when in an incurable and irreversible illness, disease, or condition. What is considered incurable and irreversible is decided by the person completing the directive. After completing, a living will must be signed with two (2) witnesses or a notary public….

New Jersey Unsecured Promissory Note Template

A New Jersey unsecured promissory note binds two parties in a contract that states how the borrower will repay a loaned amount of money to a lender. Additionally, the template includes areas for the parties to agree on consequences for being late on payments and/or entering into default. The lender does not receive security in…

New Jersey Secured Promissory Note Template

A New Jersey secured promissory note binds two parties consisting of a lender and borrower into a deal requiring the borrower to repay a balance in a timely and complete fashion to the lender. To ensure the borrower is clear on the terms of the note, both parties will agree on the payment type used, interest…

New Jersey Small Estate Affidavit Form – Affidavit of Assets and Declaration

A New Jersey small estate affidavit is a form that can help heirs of a person who has died (a decedent) avoid a more lengthy process of settling the estate. This process is only available for cases in which the decedent died intestate, meaning without a will.   Additionally, it’s only available for estates with a…

New Jersey Last Will and Testament Template

A New Jersey last will and testament is a document used for estate-planning purposes, which outlines instructions on how a person wants his or her estate to be distributed upon death. This individual, known as the “Testator,” can utilize a will to dictate the distribution of assets– such as real and personal property, fiduciary assets,…

New Jersey Deed Forms

A New Jersey deed is used to transfer real estate, or land and buildings, in New Jersey from one person to another. In New Jersey you need to include the grantor (seller) name, the grantee (buyer) name and address, the consideration paid for the property, current tax lot information, and an acknowledgment by a notary…

New Jersey Living Trust Forms – Irrevocable & Revocable

The New Jersey living trust is a legal instrument that is employed primarily to avoid probate when an estate is divided. The creator of the trust (the Grantor) transfers all of their desired assets and income into the trust and lays out instructions of how these assets are to be handled during their lifetime and how…

New Jersey Special Warranty Deed Form

A New Jersey special warranty deed is similar to a warranty deed in that it guarantees a seller has a title to sell to a buyer. However, the key difference is that it only provides a limited guarantee. The guarantee is limited, “special,” to the grantor’s ownership of the property and not any previous ownership(s)….

New Jersey General Warranty Deed Form

A New Jersey general warranty deed conveys property in “fee simple,” giving the new owner (or grantee) the cleanest type of title available and protection from any liens or encumbrances. The form is signed when the money is transferred to the seller (or grantor). After it has been signed, it is to be recorded where…