N.J.A.C. 18:26-4.3 (2014)
§ 18:26-4.3 Payment pursuant to compromise
(a) Any compromise or settlement shall be null and void unless the amount agreed to be paid shall be paid pursuant thereto within the time or times fixed in said agreement and in such event all payment made thereunder shall belong to the State and shall be credited upon the arrears of taxes and interest or interest penalties due. Upon payment in full of the amount agreed to be paid pursuant to the terms of such agreement of alteration, revision, compromise or settlement, the person or persons so paying shall be entitled to receive a receipt for such payment which shall be a proper voucher in the settlement of the account and the Treasurer or Director shall issue a statement of payment which may be recorded in the office of the county clerk of the county where any real property is situated.
(b) If a judgment or decree has been entered in favor of the State of New Jersey, the Treasurer or Director, upon payment of the amount agreed upon or upon determination that the assessment be cancelled, shall execute and record a proper satisfaction of the lien, claim, judgment or decree in accordance with the facts.