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Understanding the New Jersey Tort Claims Act Requirements: A Guide for Municipalities

Understanding the New Jersey Tort Claims Act Requirements: A Guide for Municipalities

Posted July 23, 2024 in Municipal Law

Navigating the complexities of the New Jersey Tort Claims Act (“NJTCA”) is a critical responsibility for municipalities. With the recent transition to online filing, it’s essential for local governments to stay updated on the latest requirements and procedures. This blog post provides an overview of the NJTCA, recent changes in filing procedures, and a step-by-step […]

Potential Changes to New Jersey’s Public Services Privatization Contracts

Potential Changes to New Jersey’s Public Services Privatization Contracts

Posted July 11, 2023 in Education & School Law, Municipal Law

S-1350/A-5430, which establishes procedures and standards regarding public services privatization contracts, has been released from committees. The Legislation would limit local government’s ability to privatize public services. The New Jersey State League of Municipalities, the New Jersey Association of Counties and  the New Jersey School Board Association all oppose  the proposed Legislation. The Legislation applies to […]

Potential Changes to New Jersey’s Public Bidding and Pay to Play Laws

Potential Changes to New Jersey’s Public Bidding and Pay to Play Laws

Posted March 7, 2023 in Education & School Law, Municipal Law, News

A bill sponsored by Senator Paul Sarlo (Bill S2620), Deputy Majority Leader of the New Jersey Senate, would more than double limits on the size of contracts that local and county governments can issue without soliciting bids, raising it from $17,500 to $50,000 for municipalities without a qualified purchasing agent. The $50,000 limit would also […]

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