Recent State Laws

P.L. 2017, CHAPTER 71 Requires local governments & authorities to obtain financing cost estimates from the New Jersey Environmental Infrastructure Trust for certain projects
P.L. 2016, CHAPTER 56 Transportation Trust Fund Reauthorization
P.L. 2015, CHAPTER 18 Water Infrastructure Protection Act
P.L. 2014, CHAPTER 52 Limits when bidders can be required to submit a financial statement in order to bid on a local public contract or county college contract.
P.L. 2012, CHAPTER 73 Requires plans, specifications, and bid proposal documents for certain local public contracts to address soil contamination.
P.L. 2010, CHAPTER 108 Establishes acceptable grounds for withdrawal of a bid on public works contract.
P.L. 2009, CHAPTER 292 Provides for base and alternate bids for certain public contracts & requires contracting unit to specify basis for determining lowest responsible bid and criteria for selection of alternate bids.
P.L. 2009, CHAPTER 187 Permits price adjustments in local public contracts for asphalt, cement and fuel.
P.L. 2009, CHAPTER 249 Extends prevailing wage requirements to certain maintenance-related projects.
P.L. 2007, CHAPTER 4 Prohibits bids for local public contracts and public school contracts shall not fall on Monday or the day after a State of Federal holiday.
P.L. 2007, CHAPTER 180 Changes amount retained by contractors on NJ Turnpike projects to 2%.
P.L. 2007, CHAPTER 343 Requires Prevailing Wages & OSHA training on all utility construction projects.
P.L. 2006, CHAPTER 9 Requires bid proposal documents to include traffic safety requirements.
P.L. 2006, CHAPTER 96 Requires interest to be paid to contractors when a payment has not been received within 30 days of the billing date.
P.L. 2005, CHAPTER 22 Changes liability of underground facility operators with respect to certain provisions of the "Underground Facility Protection Act".
P.L. 2005, CHAPTER 67 Requires Value Engineering clauses in specifications for certain construction contracts under Local Public Contracts Law.
P.L. 2005, CHAPTER 356 Changes amount retained by contractors on NJDOT projects to 2%.
P.L. 2004, CHAPTER 57 Expands state contractor business registration program to local government contracts.
P.L. 2003, CHAPTER 91 Amends the Contractors Registration Act.
P.L. 2003, CHAPTER 136 Exempts rentals between closely related business entities from sales and use tax.
P.L. 2003, CHAPTER 171 Provides for licensing requirements of certain crane operators.
P.L. 2001, CHAPTER 206 Declares "No Damage For Delay" clauses void and unenforceable under Local Public Contracts Law.
P.L. 2001, CHAPTER 202 Allows contractors to collect prejudgment interest on successful claims on State construction projects.





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