44:4-77. Failure to resist removal; review when failure explained
On failure to resist such removal the receiving county welfare board or overseer or county adjuster, as the case may be, may not decline to receive the poor person, but shall receive him and provide such relief as is lawful; except that for good cause shown for the failure to contest the removal the receiving county welfare board or overseer or county adjuster, as the case may be, may, within thirty days after the receipt of the poor person in its county, apply to the court of common pleas of the county from whence the person was removed, to review the proceeding and make such revised order and disposition for the care and relief of the poor person and his removal, if lawful, as may be proper and necessary.
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