New Jersey Revised Statutes § 27:25a-28 - Real Property May Be Conveyed To Authority By Government Entity

27:25A-28. Real property may be conveyed to authority by government entity
28. Any government entity, notwithstanding any contrary provision of law, is authorized to lease, lend, grant or convey to the authority at its request upon the terms and conditions as the governing body or other proper agencies of the government entity may deem reasonable and fair and without the necessity for any advertisement, order of court or other action, other than the authorizing resolution or other formal action of the government entity, any real property or personal property or interest therein which may be necessary or convenient to effectuate the purposes of the authority, including public highways, feeder roads, transportation projects and other real property already devoted to public use.

At any time as the authority undertakes to construct any part of a project and acquires any portion of a State highway route as part of that project, the jurisdiction of the department over that portion shall cease. No property of the State, other than riparian lands or lands under water and similar lands or interest therein referred to in Title 12 of the Revised Statutes shall be granted, leased or conveyed to the authority except upon payment to the State of the price therefor.


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