N.J.S.A 44:4-66. Procedure where relief sought by person having no settlement anywhere

44:4-66. Procedure where relief sought by person having no settlement anywhere

Where relief is required by a poor person in any county in which he is a resident and inhabitant, who shall not have gained a settlement in any county within this state, or in any other state, the director of welfare, under the direction of the county welfare board, shall provide relief.

If it is ascertained that the person has no legal settlement in the county, the director of welfare shall proceed to remove the person to the place from which he came by whatever lawful proceedings may be necessary to that end with the aid of the officers as provided in this chapter.

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