2009 New Jersey Code
10:5-29.4 Right-of-way for person accompanied by or instructing a guide dog.
TITLE 10 - CIVIL RIGHTS
10:5-29.4 - Right-of-way for person accompanied by or instructing a guide dog
6.A person with a disability accompanied by a guide dog, or a guide dog instructor engaged in instructing a guide dog, shall have the right-of-way over vehicles while crossing a highway or any intersection thereof, as provided in section 1 of P.L.1939, c.274 (C.39:4-37.1).
L.1977,c.456,s.6; amended 1999, c.264, s.1; 2003, c.180, s.22.
10:5-29.5 Violations, misrepresentation, interference with disabled persons, guide or service dogs; fine.
7.Any person who violates the provisions of P.L.1977, c.456 in a manner not otherwise prohibited by P.L.1945, c.169 (C.10:5-1 et seq.), or who fits a dog with a harness of the type commonly used by blind persons in order to represent that such dog is a guide dog when training of the type that guide dogs normally receive has not in fact, been provided, or who otherwise intentionally interferes with the rights of a person with a disability, who is accompanied by a guide or service dog, or the function or the ability to function of a guide or service dog, shall be fined not less than $100 and not more than $500.
L.1977,c.456,s.7; amended 2005, c.258.
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