Section: Offenses, liabilities, penalties and forfeitures committed or incurred under repealed acts not affected by such repeal
Any contract entered into pursuant to the provisions of this act shall provide that:
(a) The State will pay a certain percentage fixed by the commissioner, not exceeding 50%, of the cost of the survey. The survey must be made by a qualified person or firm selected by the applicant subject to the prior approval of the commissioner. The commissioner has the right to review and make such changes as he shall deem necessary in the survey agreement to be executed between the applicant and the person responsible for making the survey. The time of completion of the contract will be established by the applicant subject to the approval of the commissioner.
(b) The person making the survey shall submit progress reports to the commissioner and the applicant in accordance with a schedule to be provided for in each individual contract.
(c) If the commissioner finds that there has been noncompliance with the terms of the contract, that the progress reports of the survey indicate that the establishment of the industrial or business concern is not feasible or that the applicant is no longer interested in locating his concern in the State, he may cancel the contract, upon 10 days written notice to the applicant and the person making the survey. If the contract is so canceled, as of the date of the cancellation, the cost of the survey shall be prorated between the State and the applicant and all information, material and other data assembled in connection with the survey shall become the exclusive property of the State.
(d) If the applicant, upon completion of the survey, decides to locate his concern in the State, he will repay the loan made by the State, in the manner and within the time to be prescribed in the contract. Upon completion of said repayment, the applicant shall have exclusive rights to the survey.
(e) If the applicant, upon completion of the survey decides not to locate his concern in the State, the survey will forthwith become the exclusive property of the State of New Jersey. If the applicant refuses to turn over the survey upon a request therefor he shall be liable for the entire amount of the loan made by the State.
L.1966, c. 130, s. 15.
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