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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 17, CORPORATIONS AND INSTITUTIONS FOR FINANCE AND INSURANCE
Chapter 27: Merger of two or more stock corporations; agreement of merger; approval by Commissioner
Section: 17:27-5.1: Merger of 2 or more mutual insurance corporations
Any 2 or more mutual insurance corporations of this State, other than mutual life insurance corporations, carrying on the kinds of insurance which may lawfully be carried on by 1 company organized under chapters 17 to 33 of this Title (section 17:17-1 et seq.), may merge as follows:
They may merge or consolidate into 1 corporation under the name of 1 or more of such corporations or such other name as may be approved by the Commissioner of Banking and Insurance. Such corporations may enter into and make an agreement of such merger or consolidation under their respective corporate seals and prescribing its terms and conditions. The agreement shall contain the charter under which the business is to be conducted, which may conform to the provisions of either 1 or more of the charters of the merging or consolidating corporations or to the provisions of the laws of this State governing corporations transacting the kinds of insurance specified in such charter, and which shall be the charter of the corporation resulting from the merger without further amendment. Every such proposed agreement shall before the execution thereof be presented to the Commissioner of Banking and Insurance for his tentative approval.
L.1956, c. 149, p. 615, s. 1.
This section added to the Rutgers Database: 2013-06-10 16:36:30.
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