Off-Site Conditions Disclosure Act

The "New Residential Construction Off-Site Conditions Disclosure Act" was signed into law on September 12, 1995. The law requires that lists of certain "off-site conditions" in the municipality, which may affect the value of newly constructed residential real estate, be available at each Municipal Clerk's office. This includes Superfund sites and other known contaminated sites. Such lists are available online on the NJ Site Remediation Program page.

Detailed information describing the case history at a site, including active cases, is available through the Data Miner's Site Search Report or Active Case Report, by using the Site Remediation Program Interest (PI) Number, which is provided in the Known Contaminated Sites in New Jersey report. The Data Miner reports will provide current data available in the database.

Many other informative reports are available via Data Miner.