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Section: Civil actions commenced by the State, 10 years; "State" defined; exceptions

Statute: 52:9M-1.2

5. Terms of members of the State Commission of Investigation serving on or appointed after the effective date of P.L.2005, c.58 (C.52:9M-1.2 et al). a. End of Terms. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 1 of P.L.1968, c.266 (C.52:9M-1) and the terms for which the members were originally appointed, the terms of the members in office on the effective date of P.L.2005, c.58 (C.52:9M-1.2 et al) shall end before 12 o'clock noon on the following dates: the term of the member appointed by the Governor on or after November 5, 2004 would end on December 31, 2008; the term of the member appointed by the Governor after December 31, 2001 but before November 2004 would end on December 31, 2007; the term of the member appointed by the President of the Senate before December 31, 2002 would end on December 31, 2006; and the term of the member appointed by the Speaker of the General Assembly after December 31, 2001 would end on December 31, 2005. b. Beginning of Terms. After terms end pursuant to subsection a. of this section, the four-year terms of the members appointed shall be as provided in section 1 of P.L.1968, c. 266 (C. 52:9M-1) in order to effect the staggering of terms, with each term of the members next appointed beginning at 12 o'clock noon as follows: one appointment by the Governor for which the member's term shall begin on December 31, 2008; a second appointment by the Governor for which the member's term shall begin on December 31, 2007; an appointment by the Senate President for which the member's term shall begin on December 31, 2006; and an appointment by the Speaker of the General Assembly for which the member's term shall begin on December 31, 2005. L.2005,c.58,c.5.

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