New Jersey Revised Statutes § 40:60-28.1 - Riparian Lands Purportedly Dedicated As Street; Sale When Not Needed

40:60-28.1. Riparian lands purportedly dedicated as street; sale when not needed
Whenever any municipality has received, or shall hereafter receive, title to riparian lands of which there has been a purported dedication as a public street and said lands have not been dedicated or opened as a street nor the purported dedication thereof as a street accepted by the municipality because of a relocation of such purported dedicated street by the making and filing of new maps of real estate development showing such relocation and showing such riparian lands as numbered lots in such development, the municipality, when the governing body thereof shall have determined that said lands are not needed for public use, may by resolution provide for the sale of such lands, subject to the terms and conditions of the grant under which title to such riparian lands was conveyed by the State, at such prices and on such terms and conditions as said governing body may determine and sell such lands accordingly.

L.1947, c. 322, p. 1047, s. 1, eff. June 20, 1947.

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