N.J.S.A 17:36-11. Resolution of agreement with owner to pay liens or costs in installments; authorization for payment of claim in full

17:36-11. Resolution of agreement with owner to pay liens or costs in installments; authorization for payment of claim in full

The governing body of the municipality in which the fire damaged property is located may enter into agreement with the owner of any fire damaged property to pay in full all delinquent taxes, assessments or other municipal liens by installments pursuant to R.S.54:5-19 Power of sale, “collector” and “officer” defined. or for the redemption of the tax sale lien by installment payments pursuant to Article 7 of chapter 5 of Title 54 of the Revised Statutes, or for the payment in full of any anticipated costs of demolition by installment, if the governing body of the municipality is satisfied that the claim for fire damages is to be used to restore or improve the fire damaged property. An insurance company receiving a certified copy of a resolution of agreement from the governing body of the municipality is authorized to make full payment on the claim to the insured person.

L.1978, C. 184, S.4. Amended by L.1984, C. 244, S.4, eff. Jan. 3, 1985.

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