All property of the trust is declared to be public property devoted to an essential
public and governmental function and purpose and the revenues, income and other moneys
received or to be received by the trust shall be exempt from all taxes of the State
or any political subdivision thereof. All bonds, notes and other obligations of the trust issued pursuant to P.L.1985,
c. 334 (C.58:11B-1 et seq.),P.L.1997, c. 224 (C.58:11B-10.1 et al.), or sections 22 and 34 through 38 of P.L.2016, c. 56 (C.58:11B-10.3 through C.58:11B-10.5, C.58:11B-20.2, C.58:11B-22.3, and C.58:11B-22.4) are declared to be issued by a body corporate and politic of the State and for an
essential public and governmental purpose and those bonds, notes and other obligations,
and interest thereon and the income therefrom and from the sale, exchange or other
transfer thereof shall at all times be exempt from taxation, except for transfer inheritance
and estate taxes.
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