2013 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 34 - LABOR AND WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION
Section 34:1B-21.31 - Definitions relative to financing of certain stem cell, life sciences, and biomedical research facilities.


NJ Rev Stat § 34:1B-21.31 (2013) What's This?

34:1B-21.31 Definitions relative to financing of certain stem cell, life sciences, and biomedical research facilities.

1.As used in this act, the following words or terms shall have the following meanings unless a different meaning clearly appears from the context:

"Authority" means the New Jersey Economic Development Authority created pursuant to P.L.1974, c.80 (C.34:1B-1 et seq.);

"Biomedical research facilities" means one or more facilities owned by Rutgers, the State University, located in Camden, New Jersey, and operated by a consortium of Rutgers, The State University, The Coriell Institute for Medical Research, the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School at Camden, and the Cancer Institute of New Jersey, South Jersey, which will be utilized for biomedical research and related activities, including all facilities ancillary thereto;

"Blood collection facilities" means one or more facilities located in the State that will be utilized by the Elie Katz Umbilical Cord Blood Program at Community Blood Services located in Allendale, New Jersey, for cord blood collection to support stem cell research and related activities, including all facilities ancillary thereto;

"Bonds" means any bonds, notes or other obligations issued or entered into by the authority pursuant to this act;

"Cancer research facilities" means one or more facilities located in Belleville, New Jersey, that will be utilized by the Garden State Cancer Center for cancer research and related activities, including all facilities ancillary thereto;

"Capital cost" means the expenses incurred in connection with: the planning, construction, reconstruction, development, erection, acquisition, extension, improvement, rehabilitation and equipping of State capital construction projects authorized by this act; the acquisition by purchase, lease, or otherwise, and the development of any real or personal property, and the acquisition and construction of new structures and equipment for use in connection with a State capital construction project authorized by this act, including any rights or interests therein, the execution of any agreements and franchises deemed to be necessary or useful and convenient in connection with any State capital construction project authorized by this act; the procurement of engineering, inspection, planning, legal, financial, or other professional services; the administrative, organizational, operating or other expenses incident to the financing, completing, and placing into service of any State capital construction project authorized by this act;

"Refunding bonds" means any bonds, notes or other obligations issued by the authority to refinance bonds, notes or other obligations previously issued or entered into by the authority pursuant to this act;

"State capital construction project" means a project that includes the acquisition of land, and the acquisition and construction of new structures and equipment for capital facilities by grant of the authority for State use and use by other units of government, which use shall include the occupancy by the State and other units of government, and the leasing and licensing of facilities to other entities by the State or other units of government, including stem cell research facilities - New Brunswick and stem cell research facilities - Newark, biomedical research facilities, blood collection facilities and cancer research facilities, whose estimated cost of land, planning, acquisition, construction, furnishing and equipping is estimated to be $50,000 or more;

"Stem cell research facilities - New Brunswick" means facilities located in New Brunswick, New Jersey, which shall be only utilized for stem cell research, including all facilities ancillary thereto; and

"Stem cell research facilities - Newark" means facilities operated by the New Jersey Institute of Technology and located in Newark, New Jersey, which shall be only utilized for stem cell research, including all facilities ancillary thereto.

L.2006,c.102,s.1.


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