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(a) Whenever the owner of a vessel numbered pursuant to P.L.1962, c. 73 (C. 12:7-34.36 et seq.) changes his address from that shown on his certificate of number, he shall, within one week thereof, notify the division, in writing, of his new address. The division may provide, by regulation, for showing the new address by the alteration of the certificate or for its surrender and replacement by a corrected certificate.
(b) Whenever a vessel numbered under this act is sold, transferred, lost, destroyed or abandoned, the owner of record shall, within one week thereof, notify the division in writing of the change in the status of the vessel. The division may, by regulation, also require the surrender of the certificate of number, if it was not destroyed by the occurrence.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - New Jersey Statutes Title 12. Commerce and Navigation 12 § 7-34.45 - last updated February 19, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nj/title-12-commerce-and-navigation/nj-st-sect-12-7-34-45/
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