CHAPTER V ANIMAL CONTROL

 

Editor's Note: Relevant statutory provisions are found in N.J.S.A. 4:19-15.1 et seq.

     The Animal Control officer services are provided under agreement with the Humane Society and the Borough of Matawan.

 

 

5-1         DEFINITIONS.

       As used in this chapter:

       Animal Control Officer shall mean any person or agency authorized by the Borough of Matawan to provide animal control services.

       Cat shall mean any member of the domestic feline species, male, female or altered.

       Cat of Licensing Age shall mean any cat which has attained the age of seven (7) months or which possesses a permanent set of teeth.

       Container shall mean a clean receptacle designed to hold water which is sturdy, hard to tip and suitable to the pet and circumstance. (Ord. No. 2015-15)

       Dog shall mean any dog, bitch or spayed bitch.

       Dog of Licensing Age shall mean any dog which has attained the age of seven (7) months or which possesses a set of permanent teeth.

       Extreme Weather shall mean temperatures above 85 degrees or below 40 degrees, and depending on the species, age, condition, size and type of each animal, weather warnings and watchers, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods and blizzards.(Ord. No. 2015-15)

       Immediate shall mean that the pet solid waste is removed at once, without delay.

       Kennel shall mean any establishment wherein or whereon the business of boarding or selling dogs or breeding dogs for sale is carried on, except a pet shop.

       Licensing Authority shall mean the agency or department of the Borough of Matawan, or any designated representative thereof, charged with administering the issuance and/or revocation of permits and licenses under the provisions of this chapter.

       Neutered shall mean a cat, dog or other animal which has been rendered permanently incapable of reproduction as certified by a licensed veterinarian.

       Owner when applied to the proprietorship of a dog or a cat or other animal, shall mean and include every person having a right of property in such dog or cat or animal and every person who has such dog or cat or animal in his or her care, custody or control, or who knowingly permits a cat to remain on or about any premises occupied by that person.

       Owner/Keeper shall mean any person who shall possess, maintain, house or harbor any pet or otherwise have custody of any pet, whether or not the owner of such pet.

       Person shall mean any individual, corporation, company, partnership, firm, association, or political subdivision of this State subject to municipal jurisdiction.

       Pet shall mean a domesticated animal (other than a disability assistance animal) kept for amusement or companionship.

       Pet Shop shall mean any place of business which is not part of a kennel, wherein animals, including, but not limited to, dogs, cats, birds, fish, reptiles, rabbits, hamsters or gerbils, are kept or displayed chiefly for the purpose of sale to individuals for personal appreciation and companionship rather than for business or research purposes.

       Pet Solid Waste shall mean waste matter expelled from the bowels of the pet; excrement.

       Potentially Dangerous Dog shall mean, but is not limited to, any dog or dog hybrid declared to be potentially dangerous and/or vicious by a Municipal Court pursuant to N.J.S.A. 4:19-23.

       Pound shall mean an establishment for the confinement of animals, including but not limited to dogs or cats, seized either under the provisions of this act or otherwise.

       Proper Disposal shall mean placement in a designated waste receptacle, or other suitable container, and discarded in a refuse container which is regularly emptied by the municipality or some other refuse collector; or disposal into a system designed to convey domestic sewage for proper treatment and disposal.

       Shade shall mean an area out of the direct sunlight or an area having the direct sunlight blocked during the months of May through and including October. (Ord. No. 2015-15)

       Shelter shall mean shelter/doghouse that is suitable for the species, age, condition, size and type of each animal and protects each animal from injury, rain, sleet, snow, hail, direct sunlight, the adverse effects of heat or cold, and maintains the physical condition of the animal so as to maintain the animal in a state of good health.  Such shelter shall be large enough for the animal to turn around and lay down yet not so tall that the animal’s body heat dissipates easily. (Ord. No. 2015-15)

       Tufts Scale shall mean The Tufts Animal Care and Condition Scale for assessing body condition, weather and environmental safety, and physical care in dogs; authored by the Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine. (Ord. No. 2015-15)

       Vicious Dog shall mean any dog or hybrid declared vicious by a Municipal Court pursuant to N.J.S.A. 4:19-22.

       Water shall mean fresh, clean water provided daily in all situations in sufficient quantity in an appropriate container for the pet and the circumstance (e.g., no metal bowls in winter). (Ord. No. 2015-15)

(Ord. No. 08-25; Ord. No. 2015-15)

 

 

 

5-2         LICENSING OF DOGS AND CATS.

 

5-2.1        Licensing; When Required.

       a.     Any dog or cat owned in New Jersey and duly licensed for the current licensing year and bearing the proper registration tag for a New Jersey municipality shall be exempt from the licensing and tag provisions of this subsection.

       b.     Any person who shall bring or cause to be brought into the Borough of Matawan any dog or cat licensed in a State other than New Jersey for the current licensing year and who keeps the dog or cat in the Borough for a period of more than ninety (90) days shall immediately apply for a license and registration tag for the dog or cat.

       c.     Any person who shall bring or cause to be brought into the Borough any unlicensed dog or cat and who keeps the dog or cat in the Borough for a period of more than ten (10) days shall immediately apply for a license and registration tag for the dog or cat.

       d.     The owner or keeper of any newly acquired dog or cat of licensing age, or of any dog or cat which attains licensing age, shall apply to the Borough for a license and registration tag for such dog or cat within ten (10) days after such acquisition or age attainment.

(Ord. No. 08-25)

 

5-2.2        Application for License

       a.     Any person who shall own, keep or harbor a dog or cat of licensing age in the Borough shall in the month of January in each year apply for and procure from the Borough Clerk a license and official metal registration tag for each such dog or cat owned, kept or harbored, and shall place upon each such dog or cat a collar or harness with the registration tag securely fastened to it.

       No license to own, keep or harbor a dog or cat shall be issued to a minor.

       b.     The application form furnished by the Borough shall be signed by the owner or keeper of the dog or cat and shall state the breed, sex, age, color and markings of the dog or cat for which the license and registration are sought, and whether the dog is of a long-haired or short-haired variety, and also the name, street and post office address of the owner and the person who shall keep or harbor such dog or cat. At the time of making application, the applicant shall submit to the Borough a written certificate showing rabies inoculation in accordance with Section 5-3 of this chapter.

(Ord. No. 08-25)

 

5-2.3        Fees.

a.          A person applying for a license for a non-potentially dangerous dog shall pay to the Borough the sum of twelve ($12.00) dollars for the licensing of each such dog and the additional sum fixed by N.J.S.A. 4:19-15.3 for the registration tag of each dog. An additional fee of five ($5.00) dollars per dog shall be assessed against dog owners who license their dogs as of March 1 of the licensing year. There shall be a charge of one ($1.00) dollar for the replacement of a registration tag during any current licensing year.

b.          A person applying for a potentially dangerous dog license shall pay to the Borough the sum of seven hundred ($700.00) dollars for the licensing of each dog, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 4:19-31, as well as the additional sums fixed under N.J.S.A. 4:19-15.3.  The fees collected under this provision shall be deposited in a special account as required by N.J.S.A. 4:19-35, to be used by the Borough of Matawan to administer and enforce the provisions of N.J.S.A. 4:19-17 through 37, which govern the regulation of potentially dangerous or vicious dogs.

c.          Dogs used as guides for blind persons and commonly known as seeing-eye dogs, dogs used to assist handicapped persons or which are commonly known as service dogs, or dogs used to assist deaf persons and commonly known as hearing-ear dogs shall be licensed and registered as other dogs hereinabove provided for, except that the owner or keeper of such dog shall not be required to pay any fee, as per the provisions of N.J.S.A. 4:19-15.31.

d.          A person applying for a cat license shall pay to the Borough the sum of ten ($10.00) dollars for the licensing of each such cat, and any additional sums as fixed by State law. An additional fee of five ($5.00) dollars per cat shall be assessed against cat owners who license their cats as of March 1 of the licensing year. There shall also be a charge of one ($1.00) dollar for the replacement of a registration tag during any current licensing year.

e.          There shall also be an additional fee of three ($3.00) dollars for any dog or cat of reproductive age which has not had its reproductive capacity neutered.

(Ord. No. 08-25; Ord. No. 2018-07)

 

5-2.4        Expiration Date.

       The license year shall run from January 1 of the year of issuance to December 31 of the same year. (Ord. No. 08-25)

 

 

5-3         RABIES INOCULATION.

 

5-3.1        Inoculation Required.

       No person shall own, harbor or keep any cat or dog within the Borough which is not inoculated against rabies. The inoculation shall be made by a duly licensed veterinarian. The vaccine used must be of a type approved by the United States government agency responsible for licensing manufacturers of veterinary biologicals. Each cat or dog shall be inoculated against rabies once each year unless the veterinarian's certificate indicates a longer period of effectiveness.  (Ord. No. 08-25)

 

5-3.2        Certificate.

       Any person who shall own, keep or harbor a cat or dog within the Borough shall procure and possess a veterinarian's certificate indicating that the cat or dog has been inoculated against rabies and setting forth the date of the inoculation. The certificate shall be produced upon the request of any Borough Health Official, member of the Borough Police Department, or Borough Animal Control Officer. (Ord. No. 08-25)

 

5-3.3        Inoculation Proof Required.

       Proof of inoculation shall be required prior to issuance of a cat or dog license. (Ord. No. 08-25)

 

 

5-4         RABIES AND CONTROL OF DOGS AND CATS.

 

5-4.1        Authorization Order.

       Whenever it becomes necessary to safeguard the public from the danger of rabies, the Borough Administrator, if he or she deems it necessary, shall issue a notice ordering every person owning or keeping a cat or dog to confine it securely on his or her premises unless such cat or dog shall have a muzzle of sufficient strength to prevent its biting any person. Any unmuzzled cat or dog running at large during the time of the proclamation shall be seized and impounded unless noticeably infected with rabies. (Ord. No. 08-25)

 

5-4.2        Disposition of Rabid Dogs.

       a.     All dogs or cats so noticeably infected with rabies, or displaying vicious propensities, shall be killed by the Animal Control Officer or other authorized persons, without notice to the owner. The owner shall be notified of such killing within three (3) days as to the reason for the killing.

       b.     Dogs and cats impounded during the first two (2) days of a proclamation issued under subsection 5-4.1 of this chapter, shall, if claimed within five (5) days, be released to the owner unless infected with rabies, upon payment of the impounding charges provided for in this chapter. If unclaimed after that period, such dog or cat may be summarily destroyed.

(Ord. No. 08-25)

 

5-4.3        Confinement and Observation of Rabid Animals.

       The following rules shall apply:

       a.     The owner or person in charge of a dog, cat or other animal known or suspected of being bitten by an animal known or suspected of being affected by rabies shall kill the animal or confine it for a period of not less than six (6) months.

       b.     It shall be unlawful for any person knowing or suspecting a dog or cat has rabies to allow such dog or cat to be taken off his or her premises, or beyond the limits of the Borough, without the written permission of the Animal Control Officer, a Policeman or other authorized persons. Every owner, or other person, upon ascertaining a cat or dog is rabid shall immediately notify the Animal Control Officer, a Policeman or any other authorized persons, who shall either remove the cat or dog to the pound or summarily destroy it.

       c.     The owner or person in charge of any dog, cat or other animal which has attacked or bitten a person shall confine the animal, at the expense of the owner or person in charge of it, upon the premises of the owner or person in charge or at some other place designated in the notice, for at least ten (10) days after the animal has attacked or bitten a person.

(Ord. No. 08-25)

 

 

5-5         IMPOUNDING AND DESTRUCTION OF CERTAIN ANIMALS.

 

5-5.1        Causes for Impounding.

       It shall be the duty of the Chief of Police and every Police Officer, as well as any contractor, dog catcher, Health Officer, or Animal Control Officer appointed by the Borough, to enforce the provisions of this chapter and to take into custody and impound, or cause to be taken into custody and impounded, the following:

       a.     Any cat or dog running at large in the Borough.

       b.     Any cat or dog off the premises of the owner or of the person keeping or harboring the cat or dog, unless accompanied by a person who is capable of controlling it and who has the cat or dog securely confined and controlled by an adequate leash or chain not more than six (6) feet long, or which the official or his agent or agents have reason to believe is a stray cat or dog.

       c.     Any dog with fierce, dangerous or vicious propensities or any cat or dog noticeably infected with rabies or bitten by an animal suspected of having rabies.

       d.     Any cat or dog off the premises of the owner or of the person keeping or harboring the cat or dog without a current registration tag on the collar of the cat or dog.

       e.     Any female dog in season off the premises of the owner or of the person keeping or harboring the dog.

       f.     Any cat or dog running at large in the Borough upon complaint of any citizen.

       g.     No cat or dog shall be returned to the owner or claimant of such cat or dog unless such cat or dog shall have a current license, and the owner or claimant has complied with the rabies inoculations requirements as herein provided and has paid the proper fees required.

(Ord. No. 08-25)

 

5-5.2        Disposition of Unclaimed Cats or Dogs.

       The Animal Control Officer is authorized and empowered to cause the destruction of any unclaimed cat or dog, in as humane a manner as possible, under the following contingencies:

       When any cat or dog so seized has been detained for seven (7) days after notice, when notice can be given, or has been detained for seven (7) days after seizure, when notice cannot be given, in accordance with the laws of the State of New Jersey, and if the owner or person keeping or harboring the cat or dog has not claimed the cat or dog, and paid all expenses incurred by reason of its seizure and detention, and if the cat or dog is unlicensed at the time of the seizure and the owner or person keeping or harboring the cat or dog has not produced a license or registration tag for the cat or dog, the Animal Control Officer or other designated authority may cause the cat or dog to be destroyed in a manner causing as little pain as possible. (Ord. No. 08-25)

 

 

5-6         PROHIBITIONS.

 

5-6.1        Control of Dogs and Cats; Barking; Disposal of Waste; Leash Requirements.

       No person shall own, keep or harbor an animal in the Borough except in compliance with this chapter and the following regulations:

       a.     Running at Large. No dog or cat shall run at large at any time within the limits of the Borough of Matawan.

       b.     Leash Requirements. No dog or cat shall be permitted off the premises of the person owning, keeping or harboring it unless accompanied by a person who is capable of controlling it and who has the dog or cat securely confined and controlled by an adequate leash or chain not more than six (6) feet long.

       c.     Injury to Persons; Damage to Property. No person owning, keeping or harboring a dog or cat shall permit or cause it to do any injury to any person, or to do any damage to any lawn, shrubbery, flowers, grounds or property of persons other than the owner or person having the care, custody or control of such dog or cat.

       d.     Barking. No person shall keep, harbor or maintain any dog which barks, howls or cries continuously for ten (10) minutes or intermittently for thirty (30) minutes so that same unreasonably interferes with the enjoyment of life or property of persons residing in the vicinity. The provisions of this section shall apply to all private or public facilities including any animal pounds, kennels and pet shops where a dog is held for any reason.

       e.     Pet Waste Regulations. No person owning, harboring, keeping or in charge of any dog or cat shall cause, suffer or allow such dog or cat to soil, defile or defecate on or commit any nuisance on any common thoroughfare, sidewalk, passageway, bypath, play area, park, school ground or any place where people congregate or walk, or upon any public or private property, without the permission of the owner of the property. The restriction shall not apply to the street right-of-way, except for sidewalk, from property line to property line which shall be used to curb such dog or cat provided that the person who curbs such dog or cat shall immediately remove all feces deposited by such dog or cat and dispose of same in a sanitary manner.

       All pet owners and keepers are required to immediately and properly dispose of their pet's solid waste deposited on any property, public or private, not owned or possessed by that person. Any owner or keeper who requires the use of a disability assistance animal shall be exempt from the provisions of this section while such animal is being used for that purpose.

       f.     Number of Domestic Animals Permitted. No more than six (6) cats and/or dogs of licensing age shall be kept, maintained or harbored at one time for any length of time in any residential housing unit or on its grounds or in any business establishment or on its grounds. This restriction shall not apply to properly licensed kennels, pet shops, pounds and shelters.

       g.     Wild Animals Prohibited; Exceptions. No person shall own, harbor or keep any wild animal including, but not limited to, wolves, skunks, raccoons and foxes, as pets unless the animal is purchased from a duly certified pet shop and is accompanied by a certificate from the pet shop and/or an appropriate State or Federal agency.

(Ord. No. 08-25)

 

5-6.2        Shelter and Care of Animals.

       The Tufts Animal Care and Condition Scale shall be used as a guide to assess reasonable treatment.

       a.     Condition of Pens and Premises.  It shall be unlawful for any person keeping or harboring animals to fail to keep the premises where such animals are located free from excessive animal waste and offensive odors to the extent that such waste and odors disturb person(s) residing or located within twenty (20) feet of the premises.  It shall be unlawful to allow the premises where animals are kept to become unclean and a threat to the public health by failing to diligently and systematically remove all animal waste from the premises.  (Ord. No. 08-25)

       b.     No owner, caretaker or handler shall withhold proper shelter, protection from weather, safety in extreme weather, veterinary care and immediate care to any animal.  No owner, caretaker, or handler shall fail to provide his or her animal with sufficient food and fresh drinkable water on a daily basis.  Food and water must be in an animal food-consumption or water-consumption-type container, feeder or watering device.

       c.     No animal shall be subjected to unnecessary suffering and cruelty such as subjecting the animal to prolonged fear, injury, pain or physical abuse or extreme weather.  Interaction with humans and other animals shall not be unreasonably withheld.  This subsection does not apply to any individual currently licensed by the State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners to practice veterinary medicine, who is acting within his or her scope of practice to deliver acceptable and medically sound veterinary care for an animal.

       d.     No animal shall be left unattended in a motor vehicle without sufficient airflow or under extreme heat conditions (70 or more degrees on a sunny day and/or more than 84 degrees inside the vehicle) as to render the animal susceptible to heat prostration or any other adverse condition that would be caused by said behavior, including death.

(Ord. No. 08-25; Ord. No. 2015-15)

 

 

5-7         ENFORCEMENT AUTHORITY.

       a.     The Borough Council shall appoint a suitable person as Animal Control Officer for the Borough and such assistants as from time to time may be necessary, who shall possess and exercise the power and the authority described in this chapter. Such Animal Control Officer shall be paid compensation as the Borough Council shall deem suitable and proper.

       b.     No person shall hinder, molest or interface with anyone authorized or empowered to perform any duty under this chapter.

(Ord. No. 08-25)

 

 

5-8         REGULATION OF KENNEL, PET SHOP, SHELTER OR POUND.

 

5-8.1        License.

       Any person who keeps or operates or proposes to establish a kennel, pet shop, shelter or pound shall apply to the Borough for a license entitling the person to keep or operate such an establishment.

       The application shall describe the premises, where the establishment is located, the purpose or purposes for which it is to be maintained and shall be accompanied by the approval of the County Board of Health showing compliance with the local and State rules and regulations governing location and sanitation at such an establishment.

       All licenses issued for a kennel, pet shop, shelter or pound shall expire on the last day of June of each year and be subject to revocation by the Borough of Matawan on recommendation of the State Department of Health or the County Board of Health for failure to comply with the rules and regulations of the State Department or Borough after the owner has been afforded a hearing by the State or Borough. Any person holding such license shall not be required to obtain individual licenses for dogs owned by such licenses and kept at such establishment; such licenses shall not be transferable to another owner or to different premises. (Ord. No. 08-25)

 

 

5-8.1A     Regulation of Sale of Dogs and Cats.

       a.     Definitions. The following words and terms shall have the meanings herein indicated for the purposes of the subsection:

       Animal Care Facility shall mean an animal control center or animal shelter, maintained by or under contract with any state, county or municipality, whose mission and practice is, in whole, or significant part, the rescue and placement of animals in permanent homes or rescue organizations.

       Animal Rescue Organization shall mean any not-for-profit organization which has tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code, whose mission and practice is, in whole or in significant part the rescue and placement of animals in permanent homes.

       Offer for Sale shall mean to sell, offer for sale or adoptions, advertise for the sale of, barter, auction, give away or otherwise dispose of a dog or cat.

       Pet Shop shall mean a retail establishment where dogs and cats are sold, exchanged, bartered or offered for sale as pet animals to the general public at retail. Such definition shall not include an animal care facility or animal rescue organization, as defined herein.

       b.     Restrictions on the Sale of Dogs and Cats.

        1.      A pet shop may offer for sale only those dogs and cats that the pet shop has obtained from or displays in cooperation with:

(a)    An animal care facility; or

(b)    An animal rescue organization.

        2.      A pet shop shall not offer for sale a dog or cat that is younger than eight (8) weeks old.

(Ord. No. 2017-08)

 

 

5-8.2        Location.

       No such kennel, pet shop, shelter or pound shall be located, operated or maintained, except as permitted in the Chapter XXXIV, Development Regulations of the Borough of Matawan. (Ord. No. 08-25)

 

5-8.3        Fees.

       The annual license fee for a kennel providing accommodations for ten (10) or less dogs shall be ten ($10.00) dollars and for more than ten (10) dogs, twenty-five ($25.00) dollars. The annual license fee for a pet shop shall be ten ($10.00) dollars. No fee shall be charged for a shelter or pound. (Ord. No. 08-25)

 

 

5-9         VIOLATIONS AND PENALTIES.

       The provisions of this chapter shall be enforced by the Matawan Police Department and County Board of Health.  Any person(s) who is found to be in violation of the provisions of this chapter shall be subject to a minimum fine of one hundred ($100.00) dollars per day with a maximum fine not to exceed one thousand ($1,000.00) dollars. (Ord. No. 08-25)

 

 

5-10       PET NUISANCES; REMOVAL OF PET WASTE.

 

5-10.1      Definitions.

       As used in this section:

       Immediate shall mean that the pet solid waste is removed at once, without delay.

       Owner/Keeper shall mean any person who shall possess, maintain, house or harbor any pet or otherwise have custody of any pet, whether or not the owner of such pet.

       Pet shall mean a domesticated animal (other than a disability assistance animal) kept for amusement or companionship.

       Pet Solid Waste shall mean any waste matter expelled from the bowels of the pet; excrement.

       Proper Disposal shall mean the placement in a designated waste receptacle, or other suitable container, and discarded in a refuse container which is regularly emptied by the municipality or some other refuse collector; or disposal into a system designed to convey domestic sewage for proper treatment and disposal.

       (Ord. No. 05-28 § BH:10-1)

 

5-10.2      Pet Waste; Removal Required.

       a.     All pet owners and keepers are required to immediately and properly dispose of their pet's solid waste deposited on any property, public or private, not owned or possessed by that person.

       b.     Any owner or keeper who requires the use of a disability assistance animal shall be exempt from the provisions of this section while such animal is being used for that purpose.

       c.     The provisions of this section shall be enforced by the Property Maintenance Officer of the Borough of Matawan.

       d.     Any person(s) who violates any provision of this section shall be subject, upon conviction, to a fine not to exceed one thousand ($1,000.00) dollars.

(1971 Code § 12-12; Ord. No. 05-28 § BH:10-5)

 

 

5-11       HUNTING BIRDS OR ANIMALS PROHIBITED.

       No person shall hunt, capture or kill any wild bird or animal, either game or otherwise, of any kind or description within the Borough. (1971 Code § 14-7)

 

 

5-12       WILDLIFE FEEDING.

 

5-12.1      Purpose.

       An ordinance to prohibit the feeding of unconfined wildlife in any public park or on any other property owned or operated by the Borough of Matawan, so as to protect public health, safety and welfare, and to prescribe penalties for failure to comply. (Ord. No. 05-24 § BH:10-5-1)

 

5-12.2      Definitions.

       As used in this section:

       Feed shall mean to give, place, expose, distribute or scatter any edible material with the intention of feeding, attracting or enticing wildlife. Feeding does not include baiting in the legal taking of fish and/or game.

       Person shall mean any individual, corporation, company, partnership, firm, association, or political subdivision of this State subject to municipal jurisdiction.

       Wildlife shall mean all animals that are neither human nor domesticated.

       (Ord. No. 05-24 § BH:10-5-2)

 

5-12.3      Prohibited Conduct.

       No person shall feed, in any public park or on any other property owned or operated by the Borough of Matawan, any wildlife, excluding confined wildlife (for example, wildlife confined in zoos, parks or rehabilitation centers, or unconfined wildlife at environmental education centers). (Ord. No. 05-24 § BH:10-5-3)

 

5-12.4      Enforcement.

       a.     This section shall be enforced by the Property Maintenance Officer of the Borough of Matawan.

       b.     Any person found to be in violation of this section shall be ordered to cease the feeding immediately.

(Ord. No. 05-24 § BH:10-5-4)

 

5-12.5      Violations and Penalties.

       Any person(s) who violates any provision of this section shall be subject, upon conviction, to a fine not to exceed one thousand ($1,000.00) dollars. (Ord. No. 05-24 § BH:10-5-5)

 

 

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