Law & Justice

West Orange Township Collects Over $8,000 in Municipal Court Debt


WEST ORANGE, NJ -  Mayor Robert Parisi announced on October 21 that West Orange Township has collected over $8,000 in muncipal court debt.

New guidelines issued by the State of New Jersey Administrative Office of the Courts allowed the township to send 614 cases to TaxServ Capital Services, LLC, a collection agency, between December, 2012 and September, 2013.  

TaxServ located individuals with outstanding court balances owed to the township, and to date, have collected $8,258 in delinquent fines.  Fees were collected relating to such issues as Motor Vehicle Violations, Township Ordinance Violations and Disorderly Persons Offenses/Petty Disorderly Person Offenses.

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“It is critical to collect all outstanding obligations that are due to the Township and this program is doing exactly what we expected it to do – bring in court fees and fines that should have been paid years ago. We are certainly pleased with the results so far,” said Parisi.

Payment for delinquent fees may be made by mail or in person to the Municipal Court of the Township of West Orange. Payments by mail can be made by certified check or money order and sent to 60 Main Street, West Orange, NJ, 07052.

Parking tickets may be paid online at

Call the West Orange Municipal Court at 973-325-4080 more information.



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