New Jersey Statutes Title 44. Poor 44 § 4-79

A person who shall send, bring, remove or entice to remove, or cause to be sent, brought or enticed, any poor person into a county from any other county within this state without first having obtained the consent of the county welfare board of the county, or from any other state into any county within this state without first having obtained the consent of the commissioner and furnishing suitable bond, and there leave or attempt to leave the person without first having obtained that consent, in order that the support or maintenance of the person upon the county may be avoided, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and the poor person shall not gain a legal settlement thereby and shall be returned from whence he came in the manner provided by law.


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