How to fax your property in the state of New Jersey

A free faxing service from a local office has started offering New Jersey residents a way to send property tax notices to their homes.

The service, faxed out from the offices of The Legal Aid Society, lets people send a bill of lading and other paperwork to a building or property.

“If you have a house, or a vehicle, or you have property that’s a home and you need to pay property taxes, we can help you with that,” said the Legal Aid group’s director, Stephanie Loughlin.

Loughlin said there are currently around 100 members in the New Jersey legal profession and it was hoped the service would eventually be available in every jurisdiction.

“We’ve been working on it for a while, and we think it’s an idea worth looking at,” she said.

The Legal Aid service will be free to residents of the state until April 1, 2019.

“This is an opportunity to send an email and say, ‘I need a bill for my house or my vehicle,'” said Loughly.

The law firm’s new free service will allow residents of New York, Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York City and Philadelphia to fax their property tax bills to a Legal Aid office in their local area.

In New Jersey and New York State, the Legal Assistants Office is located at the Statehouse at 14th Street and First Avenue in Albany, and in New York it is located in the Capitol Building at 15th Street.

For more information, contact Legal Aid at (518) 473-8688 or [email protected]

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