New Jersey Statutes Title 56. Trade Names, Trade-Marks and Unfair Trade Practices 56 § 3-13.17

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In any civil action brought pursuant to this act, if the court determines that a mark is counterfeit, the court may order the destruction of all marks, all means of making the marks, and all goods, articles or other matter bearing the marks, which are in the possession or control of the court or any party to the action;  or, after obliteration of the counterfeit mark, the court may order the disposal of the aforesaid materials to the State, a civil plaintiff, an eleemosynary institution, or any appropriate private person other than the person from whom the materials were obtained.

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