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New Jersey Statutes, Title: App.A, EMERGENCY AND TEMPORARY ACTS

    Chapter 9: Removal of member of local defense council

      Section: App.A:9-51.6: Agreements with state or federal government; provisions

           The governing body of any municipality subject to the provisions of this act may by resolution or, where required in order to receive aid from the State or the Federal Government to assist in providing protective barriers, by ordinance, authorize and direct the chief executive official of the municipality acting for and on behalf and in the name of the municipality to enter into such agreements with the State or the Federal Government or any agency thereof to do such acts or things as shall be necessary or convenient to secure such aid and assistance.

Such agreement may provide:

(a) That the municipality will hold and save harmless the State and Federal Government or any agency thereof free from damages which may arise out of the construction, repair, restoration or replacement and the maintenance of such protective barriers undertaken by the State or the Federal Government or agency thereof in connection with any such agreement;

(b) That the municipality will provide, free of cost to the State and Federal Government, all lands, easements, rights of way or other areas within the municipality required in connection with the work undertaken by the State, the Federal Government or agencies thereof in respect of such agreement;

(c) That the municipality will undertake to maintain and preserve the protective barriers constructed, repaired, restored, or replaced by the State or Federal Government or agencies thereof;

(d) That the municipality will do such other acts as may be necessary to carry out the terms of the agreement.

L.1962, c. 48, s. 2.

This section added to the Rutgers Database: 2012-09-26 13:37:57.

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