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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 5, AMUSEMENTS, PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS AND MEETINGS

    Chapter 12:

      Section: 5:12-130.8: Discontinuation of a conservatorship

           Discontinuation of a Conservatorship.

a. The commission shall direct the discontinuation of any conservatorship action instituted pursuant to section 31 of this amendatory and supplementary act when the conservator has, pursuant to section 32 of this amendatory and supplementary act and with the prior approval of the commission, consummated the sale, assignment, conveyance or other disposition in bulk of all the property of the former licensee relating to the casino and the approved hotel.

b. The commission may direct the discontinuation of any such conservatorship action when it determines that for any reason the cause for which the action was instituted no longer exists.

c. Upon the discontinuation of the conservatorship action and with the approval of the commission, the conservator shall take such steps as may be necessary in order to effect an orderly transfer of the property of the former or suspended licensee.

d. The sale, assignment, transfer, pledge or other disposition of the securities issued by a former or suspended licensee during the pendency of a conservatorship action instituted pursuant to this article shall neither divest, have the effect of divesting, nor otherwise affect the powers conferred upon a conservator by this amendatory and supplementary act.

L. 1978, c. 7, s. 37; amended 1987,c.410,s.20.



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