Civil Court Rules and Jury Charges

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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

2A:27-4. Claims included in action on bond of municipal tax collector

2A:27-4. Claims included in action on bond of municipal tax collector
In an action by a municipality on the bond of a tax collector or receiver of taxes, there may be included all claims of such municipality in its own right or in the right of another person for public moneys which have come into the hands of such collector or receiver for any purpose whatever and for which he is legally chargeable.

L.1951 (1st SS), c.344.

2A:28-1. Application for and appointment of commissioners
2A:28-1. When any dispute arises between the owners of adjoining lands as to the location of any dividing line or lines between such lands, the Superior Court may, on application of either owner on notice to the other, appoint three disinterested commissioners, one of whom shall be a practical surveyor, who shall fix, ascertain and regulate such lines.

L.1951 (1st SS), c.344; amended 1991,c.91,s.84.

2A:28-2. Duties and powers of commissioners
Before entering upon their duties the commissioners shall take and subscribe an oath that they and each of them will fairly and impartially and to the best of their judgment ascertain the true location of the lines in dispute. The commissioners may enter upon any lands for the purpose of ascertaining and deciding the location of the disputed lines, and they shall have power to examine witnesses under oath and to inquire fully into the questions in dispute. The commissioners shall file a report thereof with the court within such time as the court shall prescribe and, unless otherwise ordered by the court, the report shall be final and conclusive against all of the parties and their heirs and assigns.

L.1951 (1st SS), c.344.