N.J.S.A 44:4-68. Temporary relief by person having settlement outside of state

44:4-68. Temporary relief by person having settlement outside of state

Where temporary relief is required by a poor person in a county in which he is a resident and inhabitant, and it is ascertained that his place of settlement is outside of this state, the director of welfare shall provide relief and immediately make such application, with the aid of the county adjuster, as may be necessary and otherwise lawful for his removal. A record thereof shall be filed with the commissioner and his aid obtained for such purpose when necessary, which aid the commissioner shall give forthwith.

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