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Published on Dec 15, 2011
Prior to selling your home, prior to closing, you will need to get a Certificate of Occupancy from your towns building department. This 'C/O' is a catch all phrase for complying with local codes and the State of NJ Smoke Detector compliance laws. Dave Miller of RE/Max Integrity in Dumont, Bergen County, NJ gives you an overview of what you need to do prior to having the town inspector visit you home so you can avoid costly delays and fees.