N.J.S.A 44:7-5. Eligibility of applicants; details

44:7-5. Eligibility of applicants; details

Old age assistance shall be granted under this chapter to any person who:

a. Has attained the age of 65 years;

b. Lacks adequate support; is unable to support himself; is without parents, spouse, or children able to support him and without other persons able and willing to support him;

C. Is a resident of this State;

d. Is not involuntarily confined in any public or private institution other than a medical institution;

e. Has not made a voluntary assignment or transfer of property for the purpose of qualifying for such assistance or for the purpose of evading responsibility under section 44:7-14. Recipient to pledge property of this Title;

f. Is found, after due investigation and determination as hereinafter provided, to be in need of assistance.

Amended by L.1938, C. 361, p. 901, S.2, eff. July 1, 1938; L.1942, C. 173, p. 534, S.1; L.1943, C. 164, p. 476, S.3; L.1944, C. 84, p. 164, S.1; L.1952, C. 24, p. 109, S.2; L.1953, C. 213, p. 1613, S.2; L.1962, C. 222, S.10; L.1966, C. 190, S.1; L.1969, C. 226, S.1.


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