All employers must file forms NJ-927 - http://www.state.nj.us/njbgs/images/nj927.pdf , even though no wages were paid during the quarter. In the boxes requesting wage or payment information enter zero (0). Failure to submit the form NJ-927 timely will result in penalties. -
To avoid problems you should end your Tax Registration in New Jersey - http://www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation/pdf/pubs/sales/anj13.pdf
You should end your Tax Registration in New Jersey - see details here - http://www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation/pdf/pubs/sales/anj13.pdf
You may receive a notice that give you an explanation why NJ Taxation department think that you owe that amount. In such situation I would strongly recommend to have a local CPA or EA to represent you - you may be able to reduce your debt and/or negotiate the payment plan.
There is no any statute of limitation on the form. The statute of limitation apply to the tax debt.
The Statute of Limitations only begins to run when the tax return is filed. It is generally 4 years in NJ. As the form was not filled - the statute of limitation doesn't apply.
I would strongly recommend to have a local CPA or EA to represent you and help you straighten this out.