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Re: Permits


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Posted by Robert Sposato on April 03, 2001 at 11:25:44:

In Reply to: Re: Permits posted by BillS on April 02, 2001 at 18:00:20:

: i agree 100% i think NJ has some of the best herp related laws of any state, my only problem is methods of obtaining/maintaing permits..... not being able to find permit forms, having permits that never get re-newed etc. when i first started keeping herps some years ago i had permits for everything. they would always hand them out pretty much any animal related business and pet stores would often write them up for you. then it became harder to find them and i never got anything to renew my permits. maybe you could shed some light on an easier way?

I can shed a much easier way to get the permit forms. You can DOWNLOAD them from our site! go to www.cnjhs.com and click on the permits link. Scroll down the page and you will find page one and two of the New Jersey exotic species permit. Our site is the only place you'll be able to find the permits on line (even the state of NJ doesn't have the permits online). you'll need an Adobe Acrobat Reader to open the files but once the files are open, you can simply print the page and have the actual NJ permit. (you can also get the Adobe reader for free by clicking on the Adobe banner on the permits page. Take a look at our site! It'll be worth the trip... Take care



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