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New Jersey Statutes Title 12. Commerce and Navigation 12 § 6-13

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Every permit granted by the board for dredging in the Manasquan river, or in the Shark river west of the New York and Long Branch Railroad, shall contain a provision requiring the holder of the permit to dredge in such a manner as to establish a maximum mean low-water depth of fifteen feet over the area dredged, and requiring the dredging to be of a uniform average depth, with due allowance for the normal rise and fall of the tide.  No holder of any such permit shall be permitted to leave any undredged areas upon the completion of the dredging.

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