Chapter 46.--LEGISLATURE

      46-277.   Intent required for act, action or conduct to constitute violation. No act, action or conduct of any person shall constitute a violation of this act which is actionable by complaint before the commission, or by criminal complaint, unless such act, action or conduct is intentionally violative of a provision of this act or intentionally violative of more than one provision of this act.

      History:   L. 1974, ch. 353, § 63; March 28.

Governmental Ethics Commission Opinions:

      Based on specific facts in opinion, supervisor in state agency violated no ethical or criminal rules or laws in the promotion of supervisor's maternal aunt. 93-16.

      Unintentional violation of act concerning lease between agency and one of its officers, later rescinded, is not violation of law. 93-42.