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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 52, STATE GOVERNMENT, DEPARTMENTS AND OFFICERS

    Chapter 14B:

      Section: 52:14B-19: Regulatory flexibility analysis

           In proposing a rule for adoption, the agency involved shall issue a regulatory flexibility analysis regarding the rule, which shall be included in the notice of a proposed rule as required by subsection (a) of section 4 of P.L. 1968, c. 410 (C. 52:14B-4). Each regulatory flexibility analysis shall contain:

a. A description of the types and an estimate of the number of small businesses to which the proposed rule will apply;

b. A description of the reporting, record-keeping and other compliance requirements being proposed for adoption, and the kinds of professional services that a small business is likely to need in order to comply with the requirements;

c. An estimate of the initial capital costs and an estimate of the annual cost of complying with the rule, with an indication of any likely variation in the costs for small businesses of different types and of differing sizes; and

d. An indication of how the rule, as proposed for adoption, is designed to minimize any adverse economic impact of the proposed rule on small businesses.

This section shall not apply to any proposed rule which the agency finds would not impose reporting, record-keeping, or other compliance requirements on small businesses. The agency's finding and an indication of the basis for its finding shall be included in the notice of a proposed rule as required by subsection (a) of section 4 of P.L. 1968, c. 410 (C. 52:14B-4).

L. 1986, c. 169, s. 4, eff. Dec. 4, 1986.



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