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New Jersey Statutes Annotated. Title 4. Agriculture and Domestic Animals. Chapter 19. Dogs, Taxation and Liability for Injuries Caused by. Article 2. Registration and Tags; Injuries to Animals and Poultry. 4:19-15.12. License fee may be fixed by ordinance; fee otherwise

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Citation: NJ ST 4:19-15.12

Citation: N.J.S.A. 4:19-15.12


Last Checked by Web Center Staff: 01/2014

Summary:   This New Jersey statute provides that a municipality may by ordinance, fix the sum to be paid annually for a dog license and each renewal thereof, which sum shall be not less than $1.50 nor more than $21.00.  The statute also also provides upper and lower limits for three-year licenses.


Statute in Full:

a. The governing body of each municipality may, by ordinance, fix the sum to be paid annually for a dog license and each renewal thereof, as required by section 3 of this act, which sum shall be not less than $1.50 or more than $21; provided however, that the governing body may by ordinance, provide for a reduction or waiver of the sum to be paid by an owner who presents a certificate signed by a licensed veterinarian stating that the dog has been spayed or neutered. In the absence of any local ordinance, the fee for all dog licenses shall be $1.50.

b. The governing body of each municipality, may, by ordinance, fix the sum to be paid for a 3-year dog license and each renewal thereof, which sum shall be not more than 3 times the sum charged for an annual license under subsection a. of this section. In the absence of such a local ordinance, the license fee for a 3-year dog license shall be $4.50. The Department of Health shall promulgate appropriate regulations concerning veterinarians' certificates for rabies inoculations of dogs for 3-year periods in connection with licenses issued under this subsection.

 
CREDIT(S)

L.1941, c. 151, p. 499, § 12. Amended by L.1954, c. 118, p. 594, § 1; L.1966, c. 64, § 3; L.1978, c. 168, § 1, eff. Dec. 22, 1978; L.2007, c. 7, § 1, eff. Jan. 24, 2007; L.2012, c. 17, § 6, eff. June 29, 2012.

 



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