New Jersey Revised Statutes § 27:5-13 - Licenses Or Permits; Application, Revocation

27:5-13. Licenses or permits; application, revocation
9. a. Applications for licenses or permits shall be made on forms prescribed and furnished by the commissioner.

b. If an applicant for a license does not reside in this State or is a foreign corporation not authorized to do business in this State, the applicant shall:

(1) Authorize in the application service by the commissioner of any process, notice or order issuing out of or by any court, administrative agency or official of this State upon the applicant, and shall agree that such service be deemed to be personal service upon such applicant. The applicant shall provide in the application the name and address of the agent to receive service on behalf of the applicant. Notice of the service of process shall be given by the commissioner to the applicant by certified mail, return receipt requested, addressed to the applicant at the address given in the application, or another address of which the commissioner has been notified in writing by the applicant; and

(2) File a bond satisfactory to the commissioner as to form and surety running to the State of New Jersey in the sum of $5,000, conditioned upon compliance by the applicant with all the provisions of this act. Upon default in the condition of such bond, the commissioner may enforce the collection thereof in any court of competent jurisdiction.

c. The commissioner may revoke, after notice and hearing, any permit or license if the commissioner finds that any statement made in an application therefor is materially false and any permit if the commissioner finds that a sign has been erected or maintained contrary to the approved application, or to any provision of this act, or to any of the regulations promulgated hereunder, and has not been brought into compliance therewith within 30 days after receipt of written notification of the intended revocation to the person to whom the license or permit was issued.

d. If an administrative hearing is requested or other legal action is commenced by the person to whom the license or permit was issued within 15 days of the receipt of the notice of the intended revocation, the period of time in which to comply with this act and these regulations and cure the violation complained of in the notice may be stayed pending a final disposition of the administrative or legal proceeding and, in the event the commissioner prevails, the person to whom the license or permit was issued shall have 20 days from receipt of the final decision to comply.


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