1:6-15. Petition; publication of notice of intention
In any case in which an ordinance or resolution authorizing the filing of a petition with the Legislature for the passage of a private, special or local law, pursuant to the provisions of this act, shall be adopted, it shall be the duty of the chief executive officer of the municipality, or the presiding officer of the board of chosen freeholders of the county, to cause a petition, describing the general nature of the private, special or local law sought to be passed, to be prepared and signed by him and attested by the clerk of the municipality or of the board of chosen freeholders under the corporate seal of the municipality or county, and to cause to be published notice of the intention to apply for the passage of a bill of the general nature described in the petition pursuant to the provisions of section 1:6-1 of the Revised Statutes at the next session of the Legislature at which such application can be made after compliance with such provisions, and to cause to be prepared and introduced in the Legislature at said session a private, special or local bill, to carry out the purposes of said petition, for the action of the Legislature thereon.
L.1948, c. 199, p. 997, s. 6.
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