The fee for renewal of license and registration tag shall be the same as for the original and said license, registration tag and renewal thereof shall expire on January 31 in the following year.
Only one license and registration tag shall be required in any licensing year for any dog or cat owned in Chatham Borough, and such license and registration tag issued by any municipality in the State of New Jersey shall be accepted as evidence of compliance of this section.
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When applied to the proprietorship of an animal shall include every person having a right of property (or custody) in such animal and every person who has such animal in his/her keeping, or who harbors or maintains an animal or knowingly permits an animal to remain on or about any premises occupied by that person.
A person shall be deemed to have an animal in his keeping or under his control whenever the ownership or custody of such animal is an unemancipated infant or other member of his/her household.
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Any dog or cat owner or person harboring a dog or cat found by the Borough Animal Control Officer or any other municipal official to have an unlicensed dog on or after February 1 or an unlicensed cat on or after July 1 shall be required to pay an additional delinquent fee as established in § 79-16 plus the required license fee as provided in this chapter for the animal license, together with any other fines due to summons issued that may be imposed on him as provided in this chapter for failure to obtain the animal license by January 31 for dogs and June 30 for cats.
The aforementioned fee shall not apply to animals which have been acquired by the owner after February 1, provided that said license is obtained within 10 days after acquisition and sufficient proof is presented to establish the date the dog or cat is acquired.