New Jersey Statutes Annotated/Title 58/Chapter 10A/Section 31

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§ 58:10A-31. Rules, regulations

The commissioner may adopt, pursuant to the "Administrative Procedure Act," any rules and regulations in addition to those required pursuant to this act, necessary to carry out the provisions of this act, including rules and regulations imposing fees for the processing of initial registrations pursuant to section 3 of this act and for any renewal thereof, and for processing permits required pursuant to section 4 of this act.

Registration fees shall be established for subsequent registrations and shall not exceed the estimated yearly cost of implementing the provisions of this act. The commissioner may consider the size, contents and the location of the underground storage tanks in establishing these fees. The fee that may be imposed upon the owner or operator of a facility which comprises only two or more tanks used to store heating oil for on-site consumption in a residential building, where no individual tank has a capacity of more than 2,000 gallons, may not exceed $ 100 for that facility for an initial registration or a renewal thereof. These fees shall be deposited in the General Fund. The Legislature shall annually appropriate to the department an amount equivalent to the amount anticipated to be collected as fees charged under this section for the purposes of administering the provisions of this act.

History: L. 1986, c. 102, § 11; amended 1992, c. 147, § 2.