New Jersey Revised Statutes § 47:3-13 - Papers On File Over 25 Years In Office Of County Clerk; Obliteration

47:3-13. Papers on file over 25 years in office of county clerk; obliteration
Whenever any papers have been on file for more than twenty-five years in the office of any county clerk, pertaining to the former court of oyer and terminer, circuit court, court of common pleas, court of quarter sessions, court of special sessions, and county court of said county, and form no part of the record of an enforceable judgment, the Superior Court Assignment Judge of the county, wherein such papers are on file, may order and direct the clerk of the county to remove or destroy such papers or otherwise effectively obliterate the records therein.

L.1953, c. 270, p. 1799, s. 1. Amended by L.1983, c. 321, s. 2, eff. Sept. 1, 1983.

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