New Jersey Revised Statutes § 40:55d-158 - Provision For Purchase, Sale, Exchange Of Development Potential.

40:55D-158 Provision for purchase, sale, exchange of development potential.

22. a. The governing body of any municipality that has adopted a development transfer ordinance, or the governing body of any county in which at least one municipality has adopted a development transfer ordinance, may provide for the purchase, sale, or exchange of the development potential that is available for transfer from a sending zone by the establishment of a development transfer bank. Alternatively, the governing body of any municipality which has adopted a development transfer ordinance and has not established a municipal development transfer bank may either utilize the State TDR Bank or a county development transfer bank for these purposes, provided that the county in which the municipality is situated has established such a bank.

b.Any development transfer bank established by a municipality or county shall be governed by a board of directors comprising five members appointed by the governing body of the municipality or county, as the case may be. The members shall have expertise in either banking, law, land use planning, natural resource protection, historic site preservation or agriculture. For the purposes of P.L.2004, c.2 (C.40:55D-137 et al.) and the "Local Bond Law," N.J.S.40A:2-1 et seq., a purchase by the bank shall be considered an acquisition of lands for public purposes.


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