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New Jersey Statutes Title 40. Municipalities and Counties 40 § 48-2.42

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Any ordinance authorizing the acquisition of licenses pursuant to this act may provide for an increase in the annual license fees for all retail consumption licenses in the municipality in an amount of not more than $200.00 over and above the maximum fees fixed in accordance with R.S. 33:1-12, which increase may be continued in force for each license year until the total revenue derived from such additional license fees in all years shall equal the total amount expended by the municipality to acquire and retire licenses pursuant to contracts authorized by ordinance adopted under this act.  If in the final year in which the additional license fee authorized by this section is in effect, the total additional revenue derived in all years from such increase shall exceed the amount expended for acquisition of licenses and retirement of indebtedness incurred pursuant to section 4 of this act,  1 such excess shall be rebated pro rata to the then current licensees who paid such additional license fees or credited against the license renewal fee next payable by such licensees.

1  N.J.S.A. § 40:48-2.43.

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