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The New Jersey Real Estate Constitution[1] was adopted in 1947. The constitution has a bill of rights and separation of powers.The NJ Constitution provides for a bicameral Legislature consisting of a Senate of 40 members and an Assembly of 80 members. Each of the 40 legislative districts elects one Senator and two Assembly members. Assembly members are elected by the people for a two-year term in all odd-numbered years; Senators are elected in the years ending in 1, 3, and 7 and thus serve either four or two year terms.
The Legislature is responsible for the appointment of the New Jersey State Auditor, the only state officer which is appointed by the legislature.
The state executive is the Governor of New Jersey. He heads the executive branch, which is organized into departments, which may not number more than twenty according to the constitution. Temporary commissions may be allocated by law for special purposes outside of the departments. As of 2010, one of the departments may be headed by the Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey.The Governor is responsible for appointing two constitutionally created officers, the New Jersey Attorney General and the New Jersey Secretary of State, with the approval of the senate.There are eighteen departments and fifty-six agencies.

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