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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 33, INTOXICATING LIQUORS
Section: 33:1-16: One license for premises located in more than one municipality; division of fee; number of licenses
Whenever it shall appear that a building or premises to be licensed is located in more than 1 municipality, whether originally so constructed or whether resulting from enlargement or addition to the building or premises, it shall not be necessary to secure more than 1 license of the same class for the building or premises. Application may be made in 1 of the municipalities having jurisdiction over any part of the building or premises and said municipalities shall agree upon a satisfactory division of the fee. If the municipalities cannot agree upon a satisfactory division of the fee it shall then be the duty of the commissioner to determine the proportionate amount of the fee to be paid to each of the municipalities; but in no case shall the total fee to be paid exceed the higher license fee as fixed in any of the municipalities in which part of the building or premises is located. For the purpose of any statute fixing limits on the number of licenses which may be issued in a municipality, any license issued in compliance with this section shall be charged only to the municipality in whose name the same is issued.
Amended by L.1959, c. 67, p. 183, s. 1, eff. June 3, 1959.
This section added to the Rutgers Database: 2012-09-26 13:37:50.
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