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Section: Effect of enactment of Revised Statutes upon existing offices, etc., and the incumbents thereof

Statute: 40:37B-12

Every authority shall be a public body politic and corporate constituting a political subdivision of the State established as an instrumentality exercising public and essential governmental functions to provide for the public health and welfare and shall have perpetual succession and, for the effectuation of its purposes, shall have the following additional powers: (a) To adopt and have a common seal and to alter the same at pleasure; (b) To sue and be sued; (c) In its own name to acquire, hold, use and dispose of its facility charges and other revenues and other moneys; (d) In its own name but for the county to acquire, hold, use and dispose of other personal property for the purpose of the authority; (e) In its own name but for the county to acquire by purchase, gift, condemnation or otherwise or lease as lessee real property and easements therein, necessary or useful and convenient for the purposes of the authority whether subject to mortgages, deeds of trust or other liens, or otherwise, and to hold and use the same and to dispose of the property so acquired no longer necessary for the purposes of the authority; (f) To grant by franchise, lease or otherwise the use of any project, facilities or property owned or controlled by it to any person for such consideration and for any period or periods of time and upon such other terms and conditions as it may fix and agree upon. Any such grant may be upon condition that the user shall or may construct or provide any building or structures or improvements on such project, facilities or property or portion thereof, all upon such terms and conditions as may be agreed upon; (g) To borrow money and issue negotiable bonds or notes or other obligations and provide for and secure the payment of any bonds and the rights of the holders thereof, and to purchase, hold and dispose of any bonds; (h) To apply for and accept gifts or grants of real or personal property, money, material, labor or supplies for the purposes of the authority from any governmental unit or person and to make and perform such agreements or contracts as may be necessary or convenient in connection with the procuring, acceptance or disposition of such gifts or grants; (i) To enter on any land or premises for the purpose of the authority and to determine the location, type and character of any public facility and all other matters in connection with all or any part of any public facility which it is authorized to own, construct, establish, effectuate or control; (j) To make and enforce bylaws or rules and regulations for the management and regulation of its business and affairs and for the use, maintenance and operation of any public facility, and to amend the same; (k) To do and perform any acts and things authorized by this act under, through or by means of its own officers and employees, or by contract; (l) To acquire, purchase, construct, lease, operate, maintain and undertake any project and to make facility charges for the use thereof; (m) To invest any funds held in reserve or sinking funds or any funds not required for immediate disbursement, in property or securities in which savings banks may legally invest funds subject to their control; and (n) To enter into any and all contracts, execute any and all instruments and do and perform any and all acts or things necessary, convenient or desirable for the purposes of the authority or to carry out the powers, duties and functions provided for in this act subject to P.L.1971, c. 198 "Local Public Contracts Law" (C. 40A:11-1 et seq.). L.1967, c. 136, s. 12, eff. June 28, 1967. Amended by L.1975, c. 96, s. 7, eff. May 16, 1975.

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