New Jersey Revised Statutes § 13:16-14 - Authority To Enter Into Contract With Applicant

13:16-14. Authority to enter into contract with applicant
The commissioner, if after reviewing the application and the material attached thereto, is satisfied that:

(a) The proposed plans of the applicant, if executed, would contribute to New Jersey's economic growth and would create new employment opportunities for the State.

(b) The applicant has a bona fide interest in locating a concern in the State and there is a reasonable prospect that the survey would result in the establishment of an industrial or business concern, may, within the limits of the funds available in the Industrial and Business Survey Loan Fund, hereinafter created by this act, enter into a contract with the applicant whereby the State agrees to pay up to 50% of the cost of a survey exploring the feasibility of establishing in the State the industrial or business concern contemplated by the applicant.

L.1966, c. 130, s. 14.

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