Township of Pemberton, NJ
Burlington County
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Table of Contents
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Township Committee (now Township Council) of the Township of Pemberton 12-3-1982 by Ord. No. 23-1982. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Brush, grass and weeds — See Ch. 75.
Collection of yard waste — See Ch. 81.
Uniform construction codes — See Ch. 86.
Unfit buildings — See Ch. 92.
Fire prevention — See Ch. 107.
Littering — See Ch. 126.
Public nuisances — See Ch. 134.
Pet waste — See Ch. 143.
Recycling — See Ch. 147.
Rental properties — See Ch. 148.
Solid waste — See Ch. 152.
Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 156.
Abandoned vehicles — See Ch. 180.
Public health nuisances — See Ch. 205.
Article I Findings and Purpose

§ 145-1 Legislative declaration.

§ 145-2 Purpose.

Article II Definitions

§ 145-3 Definitions and word usage.

Article III Applicability of Provisions

§ 145-4 Buildings affected.

§ 145-5 Higher standards to prevail.

§ 145-6 Issuance and renewal of permits and licenses.

§ 145-7 Compliance with other ordinances.

Article IV Independent Responsibilities of Owners, Operators and Occupants

§ 145-8 Responsibilities of owners and operators.

§ 145-9 Responsibilities of owners and occupants.

§ 145-10 Contract not to alter responsibilities.

Article V Duties and Responsibilities of Owners and Operators

§ 145-11 Maintenance of exterior of premises.

§ 145-12 Owner and occupant responsibilities for exterior of premises.

§ 145-13 General maintenance of all structures.

Article VI (Reserved)

§ 145-14 through § 145-16. (Reserved)

Article VII Duties and Responsilities of Creditors

§ 145-17 Definitions.

§ 145-18 Creditor responsibility.

§ 145-19 Notice to creditor; time to correct violations.

§ 145-20 Designated representative of out-of-state creditor; violation.

Article VIII Junkyards and Unlicensed and/or Inoperable Vehicles

§ 145-21 Residential premises and residential zones.

§ 145-22 Nonresidential zones and auto repair facility premises.

§ 145-23 through § 145-26. (Reserved)

Article IX Administration

§ 145-27 Supervision of inspections, regulations and enforcement.

§ 145-28 Identification and conduct of inspectors.

§ 145-29 Procedure where violation discovered.

§ 145-30 Contents of notice.

§ 145-31 Service of notice.

§ 145-32 Extensions of time.

§ 145-33 Summary abatement in emergency.

§ 145-34 Extension of time when dispossess action undertaken.

§ 145-35 When notice not required prior to court proceedings.

§ 145-36 Effect of notice to owner.

Article X Penalties

§ 145-37 Violations and penalties.

§ 145-38 Existing violations.

Article XI Rules and Regulations

§ 145-39 Promulgation by Township Administrator.

Article XII Status Reports

§ 145-40 Application for report; effect; fee.

Article XIII Additional Standards

§ 145-41 Adoption of standards by reference.

§ 145-42 Registry of abandoned homes.

Article XIV Maintenance of Vacant Properties, Registration Requirements and Fees

§ 145-43 Definitions.

§ 145-44 General requirements.

§ 145-45 Registration statement requirements; property inspection.

§ 145-46 Fee schedule.

§ 145-47 Requirements for owners of vacant property.

§ 145-48 Administration.

§ 145-49 Violations and penalties.

§ 145-50 Compliance with other provisions.