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In order to evict your tenant, you must file a Summons and Complaint in the Superior Court, Special Civil Part, Landlord-Tenant Division in the County where the rental property is located. You can get the Summons and Complaint forms from the Office of the Clerk in the Special Civil Part.
Fill out the forms and ask for a "Judgment of Possession". Where the form asks you for the reason for the eviction, write in the words "Non-Payment of Rent". Return the original and 2 copies of the Summons and Complaint to the Office of the Clerk in the Special Civil Part. The Court Clerk's Office will notify you and the tenant of the hearing date.
Three days after the hearing date, go back to the Court and ask the Court to issue a Warrant of Removal. That will be served on the tenant. If they do not leave, then you wait another 3 business days from the date the Warrant of Removal was served on the tenant, then call the Court to schedule a Court Officer to come and remove the tenant.
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