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Section: Partial unconstitutionality

Statute: 15:5-10

Rev.1877, pp. 660, 661, s.s. 87 to 93 (C.S. pp. 3274, 3275, s.s. 120 to 126), entitled "An act to enable two-thirds of the owners in value of any body or tract of salt marsh or meadow, within this state, using a common road to the fast land, to support the same," passed November eighteenth, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-two, saved from repeal, together with the supplement thereto, approved March fourth, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-eight (Rev.1877, pp. 661, 662, s.s. 94 to 97; C.S. pp. 3275, 3276, s.s. 127 to 129). [This act, as so supplemented, provides for the organization of owners of salt marshes for the purpose of improving and supporting roads connected therewith and used in common by such owners. It establishes the proceedings necessary for carrying out and financing the work necessary for effecting said purposes.]

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