N.J.S.A 44:4-65. Temporary provision for persons having no settlement in county

44:4-65. Temporary provision for persons having no settlement in county

Permanent relief shall not be rendered by any county welfare board to any person who is otherwise lawfully removable and who has no settlement in the county in which relief is sought or necessary, but all such persons shall be temporarily provided for or admitted to the county welfare-house pending such removal, and shall be removed by such procedure as may be lawfully necessary by the director of welfare, as provided in this chapter, or as otherwise may be provided by law.

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