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Publications Title New Jersey Chapter Laws New Jersey Statutes New Jersey Register New Jersey Administrative Code Appellate Division Published Opinions Supreme Court Opinions

Official Status

(Notes)

Yes Yes No No No No
Available online from NJ Legislature. Official by definition: mandated published online by statute.
See N.J. Stat. § 52:11-78(a)(7)
Available online from NJ Legislature. Official by definition: mandated published online by statute.
See N.J. Stat. § 52:11-78(a)(1)
Available online via LexisNexis. Available online via LexisNexis. New Jersey Office of Administrative Law website states, “Please note that the online version of the Code is not the official Code and may not include the most recent changes to a rule.” Available online via Rutgers Law Library. Available online via Rutgers Law Library.

Authentication

(Notes)

No No No No No No
Has not been authenticated by NJ; does not bear a certificate or mark. Has not been authenticated by NJ. (See also CAUTION disclaimer in footer of NJ Legislature’s Statutes Database; does not bear a certificate or mark.)

Online Preservation

(Notes)

No No No No No No
NJ Legislature website chapter laws date back to 1996. New Jersey State Library provides access from first issue (1969) through 1995. Rutgers Law Library database covers 1995-present.

Permanent Public Access

(Notes)

No No No No No No
While the aforementioned statute guarantees public access, it does not speak to permanency or preservation for pre-1996 chapter laws. While the aforementioned statute guarantees public access, it does not speak to permanency. While access to opinions from 1995 to date available based on agreement between NJ Administrative Office of Courts and Rutgers Law Library, NJ has not guaranteed permanent public access, or access to pre-1995 opinions. While access to opinions from 1995 to date available based on agreement between NJ Administrative Office of Courts and Rutgers Law Library, NJ has not guaranteed permanent public access, or access to pre-1995 opinions.

Copyright Claimed

(Notes)

No No Yes Yes No No
LexisNexis Terms and Conditions, 4. Intellectual Property Rights: “... You agree that the Content and Web Site are protected by copyrights…” LexisNexis Terms and Conditions, 4. Intellectual Property Rights: “... You agree that the Content and Web Site are protected by copyrights…”
UELMA Adopted No
Universal Citation Adopted No.
Exception: The New Jersey Manual on Style for Judicial Opinions provides for a “System of citations,” by category, that applies only to “judges, secretaries, and law clerks in preparing opinions,” and not to practitioners or the general public.


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2007 Report
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Updated as of 6/1/2017