City of Northfield, NJ
Atlantic County
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
[HISTORY: Adopted by the Council of the City of Northfield 5-20-1980 by Ord. No. 9-80 (Ch. 76 of the 1974 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Alarm systems — See Ch. 85.
Precious metals — See Ch. 264.
Article I General Provisions

§ 220-1 Applicability.

§ 220-2 Responsibility for compliance.

§ 220-3 Definitions.

§ 220-4 Duty to enforce provisions.

§ 220-5 Complaints; violations and penalties.

§ 220-6 Interpretation.

§ 220-7 Scope of regulations.

Article II License Requirements

§ 220-8 License required.

§ 220-9 Submission of application.

§ 220-10 Application information.

§ 220-11 Additional information for transient merchant or peddler.

§ 220-12 Bond.

§ 220-13 Additional information for certain sales.

§ 220-14 Additional information for private sales.

§ 220-15 Compliance; revocation.

§ 220-16 Fee due dates.

§ 220-17 Fees.

§ 220-18 Additional fees.

§ 220-19 Special permits.

Article III Approval and Issuance of Licenses

§ 220-20 Report and recommendation of Chief of Police.

§ 220-21 Time limit for approval or disapproval; procedures; appeals.

§ 220-22 Applications for renewals.

§ 220-23 Display of license; enforcement.

§ 220-24 Transfer of license; scope.

§ 220-25 Duplicate licenses.

§ 220-26 Rebates or refunds.

§ 220-27 Issuance of licenses after start of year.

§ 220-28 Responsibilities of licensee.

§ 220-29 Notice upon sale of business; purchaser to apply for license.

Article IV License Revocation

§ 220-30 Revocation of license.

§ 220-31 Notice of hearing for revocation.

§ 220-32 Rights of licensee at hearing.

§ 220-33 Conditions for issuance of new license after revocation.

Article V Regulations for Certain Licenses

§ 220-34 Peddlers.

§ 220-35 Solicitors and canvassers.

§ 220-36 Transient merchants.

§ 220-37 Handbills.

§ 220-38 Private sales; flea markets.

§ 220-39 Going out of business sales, removal of business sales and fire or flood sales.

§ 220-40 Rebuilding or remodeling sales.

§ 220-41 Fees for places of entertainment.

§ 220-42 Theaters and places of exhibition or amusement.

§ 220-43 Certification for new businesses.

§ 220-44 Builders and contractors.