Dear Camden City,
This is a request for public records made under OPRA and the common law right of access. I certify under penalty of NJSA 2C:28-3 that I have not been convicted of an indictable offense. Please acknowledge receipt of this message.
I am seeking to get the records for 1464 Bellview in Camden, specifically whether or not the property has any liens and if it has a clear title?
Attached please response below to the attached OPRA Request.
This concludes the City’s response to your OPRA.
Open Public Records Act
Office of the Municipal Clerk
City Hall, Suite 105 P.O. Box 95120
Camden, NJ 08101
Tele: 856-757-7223 Fax: 856-757-7220
From: Nahema Harvey
Sent: Friday, December 01, 2017 9:12 AM
To: OPRARequest <[email address]>
Subject: RE: OPRA REQUEST PATRICK DUFF 12_1_2017
Sent: Friday, December 01, 2017 9:04 AM
To: Nahema Harvey <[email address]>; Terri Paglione
Cc: Jason Asuncion <[email address]>; Robert Corrales,
Business Administrator <[email address]>
Subject: OPRA REQUEST PATRICK DUFF 12_1_2017
Please advise on the attached.
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