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The requirements to obtain a Certificate of Occupancy in New Jersey for a single family home vary from town to town. However there are several state mandated requirements. Those are carbon monoxide and smoke detectors, as well as a requirement that a fire extinguisher be mounted in the kitchen.Can a home be sold without a certificate of occupancy?
The legal barriers to selling without a certificate of occupancy vary between jurisdictions. If your property is new construction, you may not be able to sell it at all without a certificate, but some jurisdictions make an exception for single-family homes.Does a house need a certificate of occupancy?
The Certificate of Occupancy is an important document your city issues. Typically, it goes through the building department or code enforcement department. The document tells the city and you that the home is safe and suitable for occupancy. Without it, you would not know if the home was safe to live in, so you can consider it a necessity!