2017 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Section 6:1-46 - Examination and inspection; pilots and aircraft

Universal Citation: NJ Rev Stat § 6:1-46 (2017)

6:1-46. Examination and inspection; pilots and aircraft

Any member of the commission, the director, any inspector or other authorized agent of the commission may examine and inspect any pilot, aircraft, airport, landing field, landing strip, fixed base operator or other avigation facility, and upon finding a violation of any of the provisions of this chapter or of any of the rules, regulations or orders issued pursuant thereto, may prevent avigation or operation thereof by any such pilot or other person until such violation is removed. Within twenty-four hours after the taking of such action the inspector or other authorized agent must file with the commission a written report setting forth the reasons therefor. Any person aggrieved by such action may demand a hearing before the commission or its duly authorized agent. The commission shall provide by rule, regulation or order for such hearing and the conduct thereof; provided, however, that any such hearing shall be held within five days from the receipt of a demand therefor.

L.1938, c. 48, p. 137, s. 27. Amended by L.1952, c. 201, p. 718, s. 5.

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