New Jersey Revised Statutes § 40:60-50 - Transfer Of Municipal Property To Federal Government For National Park

40:60-50. Transfer of municipal property to federal government for national park
Any municipality owning or holding lands devoted to or used for public recreation ground or park purposes or set apart and designated as a public recreation ground or park, or devoted to or used for water purposes or any other purposes whatsoever, however acquired or held, and which said lands embrace or are a part of a site or sites of historical interest and are part of the lands or areas of any national historical park created, established, dedicated or set apart by act of the congress of the United States, may dedicate, turn over and transfer said lands, or any part or parts thereof, free of payment therefor, to the federal government for the purposes of and to become part of said national historical park. Such dedication, turning over or transfer of said land shall be authorized by ordinance and may be made with such restrictions, reservations and reversions as the governing body of said municipality may by said ordinance determine.

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