New Jersey Statutes Annotated

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New Jersey Statutes Annotated
by the Government of New Jersey
The New Jersey Statutes Annotated consolidates legislative acts by reorganizing them in "Titles" according to subject matter, eliminating expired sections and updating amended sections.

More complete and up-to-date versions of the code may be found at the official site)


Table of Contents[edit]

  • Title 1—ACTS, LAWS AND STATUTES
  • Title 2A—ADMINISTRATION OF CIVIL AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE
  • Title 2B—COURT ORGANIZATION AND CIVIL CODE
  • Title 2C—THE NEW JERSEY CODE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE
  • Title 3A—ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES--DECEDENTS AND OTHERS [replaced by Title 3B]
  • Title 3B—ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES--DECEDENTS AND OTHERS
  • Title 4—AGRICULTURE AND DOMESTIC ANIMALS
  • Title 5—AMUSEMENTS, PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS AND MEETINGS
  • Title 6—AVIATION
  • Title 7—BILLS, NOTES AND CHECKS
  • Title 8A—CEMETERIES
  • Title 9—CHILDREN--JUVENILE AND DOMESTIC RELATIONS COURTS
  • Title 10—CIVIL RIGHTS
  • Title 11—CIVIL SERVICE
  • Title 11A—CIVIL SERVICE
  • Title 12—COMMERCE AND NAVIGATION
  • Title 12A—COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS
  • Title 13—CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT--PARKS AND RESERVATIONS
  • Title 14—ACTS SAVED FROM REPEAL
  • Title 14A—CORPORATIONS, GENERAL
  • Title 15—CORPORATIONS AND ASSOCIATIONS NOT FOR PROFIT
  • Title 15A—CORPORATIONS, NONPROFIT
  • Title 16—CORPORATIONS AND ASSOCIATIONS, RELIGIOUS
  • Title 17—CORPORATIONS AND INSTITUTIONS FOR FINANCE AND INSURANCE
  • Title 17B—INSURANCE
  • Title 18A—EDUCATION
  • Title 19—ELECTIONS
  • Title 20—EMINENT DOMAIN
  • Title 21—EXPLOSIVES AND FIREWORKS
  • Title 22A—FEES AND COSTS
  • Title 23—FISH AND GAME, WILD BIRDS AND ANIMALS
  • Title 24—FOOD AND DRUGS
  • Title 25—FRAUDS AND FRAUDULENT CONVEYANCES
  • Title 26—HEALTH AND VITAL STATISTICS
  • Title 27—HIGHWAYS
  • Title 28—HISTORIC MEMORIALS, MONUMENTS AND SITES
  • Title 29—HOTELS
  • Title 30—INSTITUTIONS AND AGENCIES
  • Title 31—INTEREST AND USURY
  • Title 32—INTERSTATE AND PORT AUTHORITIES AND COMMISSIONS
  • Title 33—INTOXICATING LIQUORS
  • Title 34—LABOR AND WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION
  • Title 35—LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS
  • Title 36—LEGAL HOLIDAYS
  • Title 37—MARRIAGES AND MARRIED PERSONS
  • Title 38—MILITIA--SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND MARINES
  • Title 38A—MILITARY AND VETERANS LAW
  • Title 39—MOTOR VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC REGULATION
  • Title 40—MUNICIPALITIES AND COUNTIES
  • Title 40A—MUNICIPALITIES AND COUNTIES
  • Title 41—OATHS AND AFFIDAVITS
  • Title 42—PARTNERSHIPS AND PARTNERSHIP ASSOCIATIONS
  • Title 43—PENSIONS AND RETIREMENT AND UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION
  • Title 44—POOR
  • Title 45—PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
  • Title 46—PROPERTY
  • Title 47—PUBLIC RECORDS
  • Title 48—PUBLIC UTILITIES
  • Title 49—SALE OF SECURITIES
  • Title 50—SHELLFISHERIES - POWERS AND DUTIES OF DEPARTMENT, SHELLFISHERIES COUNCIL, LEASING, AND PLANTING
  • Title 51—STANDARDS, WEIGHTS, MEASURES AND CONTAINERS
  • Title 52—STATE GOVERNMENT, DEPARTMENTS AND OFFICERS
  • Title 53—STATE POLICE
  • Title 54—TAXATION
  • Title 54A—NEW JERSEY GROSS INCOME TAX ACT
  • Title 55—TENEMENT HOUSES AND PUBLIC HOUSING
  • Title 56—TRADE NAMES, TRADE-MARKS AND UNFAIR TRADE PRACTICES
  • Title 58—WATERS AND WATER SUPPLY
  • Title 59—CLAIMS AGAINST PUBLIC ENTITIES
  • Appendix A—EMERGENCY AND TEMPORARY ACTS


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