2016 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 46 - Property
Section 46:26B-1 - Definitions.

NJ Rev Stat § 46:26B-1 (2016) What's This?

46:26B-1. Definitions.

As used in P.L.2011, c.217 (N.J.S.46:26A-1 et al.):

"Condominium plan" means a survey of the condominium property in sufficient detail to identify the location and dimensions of units and common elements, which shall be filed in accordance with the requirements of section 3 of P.L.1960, c.141 (C.46:23-9.11). A condominium plan shall bear a certification by a land surveyor, professional engineer or architect authorized to practice in this State that the plan is a correct representation of the improvements described.

"Entire tract" means all of the property that is being subdivided including lands remaining after subdivision.

"General property parcel map" means a right of way parcel map showing a group of parcel and easement acquisitions for part of a highway or street project.

"Land Surveyor" means a person who is legally authorized to practice land surveying in this State as provided by P.L.1938, c.342 (C.45:8-27 et seq.).

"Map" includes a map, plat, condominium plan, right of way parcel maps of the State, county or municipality, chart, or survey of lands presented for approval to a proper authority or presented for filing as provided by P.L.2011, c.217 (N.J.S.46:26A-1 et al.), but does not include a map, plat or sketch required to be filed or recorded under the provisions of P.L.1957, c.130 (C.48:3-17.2) or a subdivision plat for a subdivision that was granted final approval by a municipal approving authority on or prior to July 1, 1999.

"Municipal Engineer" means the official licensed professional engineer appointed by the proper authority of the municipality in which the territory shown on a map is located.

"Professional Engineer" means a person who is legally authorized to practice professional engineering in this State as provided by P.L.1938, c.342 (C.45:8-27 et seq.).

"Proper authority" means the chief legislative body of a municipality or other agencies to which the authority for approval of maps has been designated by ordinance.

"Right of way parcel map" means any general property parcel map which shows highways or street acquisitions and any associated easements for highway or street rights of way.

Source: 46:23-9.10.

L.2011, c.217, s.1.


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