2009 New Jersey Code
13:1D-110. Evaluation of applications, notice of deficiencies; definitions
TITLE 13 - CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT--PARKS AND RESERVATIONS
13:1D-110 - Evaluation of applications, notice of deficiencies; definitions
1. The Department of Environmental Protection shall, within 30 days of receipt of a permit application, evaluate each application and supporting documentation thereon, to determine whether the application, and supporting documentation constitute a completed application for the purpose of commencing a technical review of the application. The evaluation shall identify the specific deficiencies in the permit application, if any. Written notice of the specific deficiencies shall be provided within the 30-day period to the applicant and, if other than the applicant, to the person or persons having prepared the incomplete submission.
For purposes of this section:
"Applicant" means the person in whose name the permit is to be issued.
"Completed application" means the submission of all of the information designated on the checklist, adopted pursuant to section 1 of P.L.1991, c.421 (C.13:1D-101), for the class or category of permit for which application is made.
"Permit" has the same meaning as defined in section 1 of P.L.1991, c.421 (C.13:1D-101).
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