2013 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 18A - EDUCATION
Section 18A:6-44 - Right of disabled veterans to certificate
18A:6-44. Right of disabled veterans to certificate
When by law or by the rules and regulations of the state board of public accountants, the state board of architects, the board of bar examiners, the supreme court or the board of nurses, applicants are required to possess preliminary qualifications according to standards prescribed by any of such statutes, rules and regulations or by the commissioner, a citizen of this state who has served in the military or naval forces of the United States in a war, has been wounded or disabled in line of duty, and has completed any of the vocational institutional courses in a college or school authorized and prescribed by the federal government, shall, upon filing with the commissioner a certificate certifying that such citizen has completed any of such courses, obtain from the commissioner a certificate certifying that such person is qualified for the study of any of the professions named in this section. Such certificate of the commissioner shall be the equivalent of the preliminary certificates or the requisite academic counts prescribed by the statutes, rules and regulations or by the commissioner.
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