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54:5-104.62.  Right of plaintiff to order of dismissal    The plaintiff shall have the right to an order of dismissal, without notice  and without costs, as to any parcel of land affected by any action under this  act.  The filing of a copy of the order with the county recording officer shall  operate as a discharge of the proceedings as to the parcel of land affected  thereby.  The recording officer shall charge fifty cents ($0.50) for each  parcel of land affected by such discharge.

     L.1948, c. 96, p. 544, s. 34.  Amended by L.1953, c. 51, p. 907, s. 86.
 
54:5-104.64.Form and effect of judgment
36.  (a)  The judgment shall give full and complete relief, in accordance with the provisions of this act, and in accordance with any other statutory authority, to bar the right of redemption, and to foreclose all prior or subsequent alienations and descents of the lands and encumbrances thereon, and to adjudge an absolute and indefeasible estate of inheritance in fee simple in the lands therein described, to be vested in the plaintiff.

(b) Such judgment shall be binding and final upon all persons having a vested or contingent title or interest in or lien or claim upon or against said lands, including the State of New Jersey, and any agency and political subdivision thereof, and their heirs, devisees and personal representatives, and their, or any of their heirs, devisees, executors, administrators, grantees, assigns or successors in right, title or interest, notwithstanding any infancy or incompetency of such person or persons, and upon all other persons, their heirs, devisees and personal representatives and their or any of their heirs, devisees, executors, administrators, grantees, assigns or successors in right, title or interest.

(c) In the event that any federal statute or regulation requires a judicial sale of the property in order to debar and foreclose a mortgage interest or any other lien held by the United States or any agency or instrumentality thereof, then the tax lien may be foreclosed in the same manner as a mortgage, and the final judgment shall provide for the issuance of a writ of execution to the sheriff of the county wherein the property is situated and the holding of a judicial sale as in the manner of the foreclosure of a mortgage.

L.1948,c.96,s.36; amended 1953,c.51,s.88; 1995,c.326,s.3.