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Even if you do go to court, its only a civil disposition, and I think the worst they can do is put it on her credit report. They can't send you to jail for a civil matter. They can order her to pay it but thats the extent they can do. Now, with doctor bills and things like that I know they can garnish it from wages so maybe they can do the same with back rent too, I've just never heard of it yet. But maybe its an option you can check out.
Yes! If you have a lease agreement it doesn't matter when she moves out, if she does not fufill the terms of her lease she owes the money. She will get a judgement entered against her for the amount which will impact her ability to rent another apartment, purchase a home, car, even some jobs require a positive credit report. Hopefully she will be forced to pay the amount to obtain the things I listed above. The unfortunate part of eviction is that she may pay for YEARS and in some states, if she pays you back rent before the eviction she has the right to remain in the apartment which may land you right back in a similar situation. My best advice is to research laws in your area, and file a notice of default new-jersey soon as you are able to begin the eviction process to minimize your damages. Good luck