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New Jersey Statutes Title 40. Municipalities and Counties 40 § 52-1.2

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Except as provided herein, the governing body of a municipality may, by ordinance, as a condition for the issuance or renewal of any license or permit issued by, or requiring the approval of, the municipality, require that the applicant, if he is the owner thereof, pay any delinquent property taxes or assessments on the property that is the subject of the license or on which a licensed activity or business is or will be conducted.  The ordinance may also provide for the revocation or suspension of a license or permit when any licensee, who is an owner of the property affected by the license or upon which the licensed business or activity is conducted, has failed to pay the taxes due on the property for at least three consecutive quarters.  Upon payment of the delinquent taxes or assessments, the license or permit shall be restored.  The provisions of this section shall not apply to or include any alcoholic beverage license or permit issued pursuant to the “New Jersey Alcoholic Beverage Control Act,”R.S.33:1-1 et seq.

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