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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 17, CORPORATIONS AND INSTITUTIONS FOR FINANCE AND INSURANCE
Chapter 24: Investments by insurance companies generally.
Section: 17:24-3: Accepting or acquiring corporate stock or other securities or property
Nothing contained in this chapter shall be construed to prohibit an insurance company from accepting or acquiring corporate stock or evidences of indebtedness or other securities or property (1) pursuant to a plan of reorganization approved or made effective by order of a court having jurisdiction over the property of a debtor, (2) pursuant to a voluntary plan or agreement of reorganization approved in writing by the commissioner, (3) as payment on account of an existing indebtedness, (4) as realization of collateral for a loan in default, or (5) through the exercise of rights of conversion, warrants or rights to purchase stock, or preemptive rights to subscribe to stock, contained in or attached to a previously existing investment of such company. If any such stock, securities or property so received shall be of a kind or in an amount not otherwise allowable as an investment by this chapter, they shall be disposed of within 5 years from the time of their acquisition, unless the commissioner shall, for good cause shown, allow further time for the disposal thereof and then within the time so allowed.
Amended by L.1956, c. 182, p. 692, s. 2.
This section added to the Rutgers Database: 2013-06-10 16:36:30.
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