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Section: Proceedings stayed until bond filed or deposit made

Statute: 13:1E-69

a. Notwithstanding any other provision of this act or any other law to the contrary: (1) Upon the revocation by the department of a registration; or (2) Upon, in the discretion of the commission, the suspension by the department of a registration for a period of in excess of 120 days, and notwithstanding the pendency of any appeal therefrom, the commission shall appoint and constitute a conservator to, among other things, take over and into his possession and control all the property and business of the registrant relating to the major hazardous waste facility. b. The commission may proceed in a conservatorship action in a summary manner or otherwise and shall have the power to appoint and remove one or more conservators and to enjoin the former or suspended registrant from exercising any of its privileges, from collecting or receiving any debts and from paying out, selling, assigning or transferring any of its property to other than a conservator, except as the commission may otherwise order. The commission shall have such further powers as shall be appropriate for the fulfillment of the purposes of this act. c. Every conservator shall, before assuming his duties, execute and file a bond for the faithful performance of his duties payable to the commission in the office of the commission with such surety and in such form as the commission shall approve and in such amount as the commission shall prescribe. d. When more than one conservator is appointed pursuant to this section, the provisions of this act applicable to one conservator shall be applicable to all; the debts and property of the former or suspended registrant may be collected and received by any of them; and the powers and rights conferred upon them shall be exercised by a majority of them. e. The governing body of a municipality or county in which there is located a major hazardous waste facility is authorized to petition a court of competent jurisdiction to impose a conservatorship on a facility which is causing a substantial threat to the health, safety, and welfare of the residents of such a municipality or county. Except in the event of an emergency, such an action shall not be taken unless 30 days' written notice shall have been given to the commission, which notice shall indicate the intention of the affected municipality or county to request this action and state the reasons therefor. If the commission fails to act to the satisfaction of the affected municipality or county within the 30 day period, the conservatorship action may be filed and the court shall determine whether a conservatorship should be imposed on the facility. L.1981, c. 279, s. 21, eff. Sept. 10, 1981.

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