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New Jersey Statutes Title 54. Taxation 54 § 5-33

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Payment for the sale shall be made before the conclusion of the sale, or the property shall be resold. ?Any premium payment shall be held by the collector and returned to the purchaser of the fee if and when redemption is made. ?If redemption is not made within five years from date of sale the premium payment shall be turned over to the treasurer of the municipality and become a part of the funds of the municipality. ?In the event that a petition of bankruptcy has been filed by the property owner, the five year limitation shall be extended for each day that the foreclosure action is precluded by that bankruptcy filing.

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