N.J.S.A 44:4-67. Temporary relief in county other than that of settlement

44:4-67. Temporary relief in county other than that of settlement

When temporary relief is required by a poor person in any county in which he is a resident and inhabitant, whose place of settlement is in some other county in this state, the director of welfare shall provide and render temporary relief pending removal.

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