New Jersey Division on Civil Rights requires online filing of annual multiple dwelling reports

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Effective August 18, 2008, N.J.A.C. 13:10-2.4 was amended to require all owners of multi-family dwellings to file the annual MDRR report online at the Division on Civil Rights’ Web site:  Previously, the regulation permitted filing either by mail or electronically.  Therefore, all property owners subject to the rule must now e-file on the DCR Web site no later than January 30, 2009.
Property owners who do not file their 2008 MDRR report online by February 14, 2009 will be subject to a $100.00 late filing fee.  The late filing fee increases to $250.00 for all property owners who file after March 1, 2009, and to $500.000 for all property owners who file after April 30, 2009 are subject to a penalty in an amount designated by the Director of the Division on Civil Rights.  See N.J.A.C. 13:10-2.7.
To file, visit the Division’s Web site,, and follow the MDRR link. This year, in order to improve the accuracy of reports, your submission will be checked for missing information and mistakes in calculations.  To simplify the online filing process, a 2008 Multiple Dwelling Report Worksheet will be available for downloading.
This worksheet is designated to assist you in collecting the required information needed to properly complete the online form.  Submission of the worksheet by mail or fax does not satisfy regulatory requirements for online filing.  You can begin filing your online report commencing January 1, 2009. 

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