New Jersey Revised Statutes § 40:37a-70 - Declaration Of Taking; Effect

40:37A-70. Declaration of taking; effect
Upon the filing by an authority of a complaint in any action to fix the compensation to be paid for any property or at any time thereafter, the authority may file with the clerk of the county in which such property is located and also with the Clerk of the Superior Court a declaration of taking, signed by the authority, declaring that possession of 1 or more of the tracts or parcels of land or property described in the complaint is thereby being taken by and for the use of the authority. The said declaration of taking shall be sufficient if it sets forth (a) a description of each tract or parcel of land or property to be so taken sufficient for the identification thereof to which there may or may not be attached a plan or map thereof, (b) a statement of the estate or interest in the said land or property being taken, (c) a statement of the sum of money estimated by the authority by resolution to be just compensation for the taking of the estate or interest in each tract or parcel of land or property described in said declaration, and (d) an allegation that, in compliance with the provisions of this act, the authority has established and is maintaining a trust fund as hereinafter provided.

L.1960, c. 183, p. 748, s. 27, eff. Jan. 18, 1961.

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